On this page you'll find photos and a little info about pubs in Sandwich
The Red Cow, Sandwich
Tom the Landlord behind the bar at The Red Cow
The Red Cow in Sandwich is one of only 2 or 3 pubs in England with this name. It's in Moat Sole And just a short walk from the centre of Sandwich, you'll find plenty of real ales here, but if you've never had it before try some of the Gadds Number 5, brewed in nearby Ramsgate. Food is also served here. Look out for Tom the Landlords shirts, you won't miss them!
Side view of the Market Inn
Barry Cornwall the Landlord of the Market Inn and myself

Another fine old pub which has undergone a lot of modernising inside is Shepps Market Inn. Being a market pub it's also open from 10am. As this is a Shepherd Neame house you'll find Master Brew, Spitfire, and Shepps seasonal ales served here, if hungry you can have a bite to eat as well.

The Crispian, Sandwich

Sandwich Dock Area in the 20s

Here are another 3 places to drink and eat around what we call the dock area of Sandwich. Years ago Sandwich was a thriving port with loads of boats needing unloading every day. Sandwich still does attract boats now, but mainly small pleasure crafts popping into the town from Europe and other parts of the UK. Above and below are 3 places very near to each other down by the quayside.

Magnums in sandwich
Right is the Admiral Owen a Green King pub, above left is the newly refurbished Crispin and below right Magnums which is part of The Bell Hotel.
Admiral Owen, Sandwich
Robbie on the way to the pub

If you visit Sandwich you'll find us locals very friendly, and you will also come across 1 or 2 characters. Left is just one of them Robbie Silk who has lived in Sandwich all his life, and he can tell you a story or 2.

Robbie arrives for a beer with the rest of us
George and Dragon, Sandwich
Randy the Landlord at work at The George

Just a short walk from the Quayside area is Fisher Street, a little back street in Sandwich, here you'll find The George and Dragon. The welcome will be warm, the beer well worth the visit, with at least 3 real ales on from around the UK. The Food here is wonderful and you can see it being cooked as well.

2 off the Chefs at the George
enjoying a pint in the George
Down by the river in Sandwich


You'll also find if you come to Sandwich, The Greyhound in New Street,(The Greyhound has now closed) and near by The New Inn in Delf Street, and also as you're coming into Sandwich from the Canterbury, Ash, Wingham road (A257). The Kings Arms in Strand Street. Photos and more info on these pubs will appear soon.

The Charity at Woodnesborough
The old Charity sign
Pete the Landlord behind the Charity's bar
The Charity at Woodnesborough, just outside Sandwich. We believe it's the only pub with this name in the country. Photo above left Pete the Landlord of The Charity hard at work. You can get a good pint of Balck Sheep beer here, and some very good food .Feb 2008 and this pub is now under new ownership..
New Inn Sandwich Hospic fund raiser
Two pictures taken inside The New Inn in Sandwich. This pub is right in the hart of the town and is a very lively place to go. Music most Tuesdays and Thursdays plus big screen sports events are shown. Food and accommodation are both available here.
New Inn.Sandwich
Here I am with the girls from the 2005 sandwich Carnival court
Brian the Landlord sorting out some prizes for our fun night
Below are some pictures take of another Sandwich town centre pub, the Greyhound. At the moment October 2007 this pub is shut, but rumour has it, it will reopen soon. Once it does will report back here.
Don't be shy lad
Thats Better, the guy in the funny hat is Tony you'll see him the otherside of the bar, he'll make you smile
Young Bev The Landlady with Tom and Myself
Another of us having fun in the Greyhound
The Sandwich Touring Boys in the Greyhound
Outside The Greyhound Sandwich
See not only nice beer in the pub!
More pictures from Sandwich will appear here shortly, and we still have The Kings Arms along Strand Street to include on this page