Bishops Mill (Wetherspoons) Durham Review

The Bishops Mill is a JD Wetherspoon pub and it takes its name from the historic mill which stood for centuries adjacent to this site. First recorded in the Boldon Book of 1183, the Bishop’s Mill was the place where the freemen of Durham could grind their corn. The corn mill was rebuilt in the […]

Durham Brewery Review

Durham Brewery This was a neat little visit we went on with a tour voucher Mrs Durham Food and Drink had bought me for Christmas. The Durham Brewery isn’t actually in Durham, it’s on an industrial estate in Bowburn. It’s been running since 1994 and the place is well known to the real ale fraternity, […]

Queen’s Head Durham Review

“The Queen’s Head is a nice friendly pub that’s recently been refurbished downstairs in the bar area. In the bar we offer FREE WiFi to all of our guests as well as FREE parking on site. We are in a perfect location of Durham, just 1 mile away from the City centre. The bar provides […]

The Shoes Durham Review

The Shoes, Durham in Gilesgate is one of those pubs where you just don’t know what it’s going to be like inside when you’re outside. It’s on Sunderland Road, on the East side of Durham, just past the fork in the road that takes you to Sherburn Road, on the way to the big Dragonville […]

The Bishop Langley Durham Review

The Bishop Langley Durham is a name that not many will recognise, unless you are a regular visitor to Durham and a seasoned pub-goer. The pub is right on the edge of Framwellgate Bridge, with a fantastic terrace overlooking Durham Castle and the Cathedral from across the river. The experienced Durham drinker will know it’s […]

Durham Food and Drink 2016