The Three Mariners

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There isn’t much that can beat the classic British pub when it comes to hearty meals and a cosy atmosphere. That said, The Three Mariners isn’t just any pub, it’s the oldest and most historical pub in Lancaster. You can find it housed in a Grade II listed building on Bridge Lane in the very heart of the city, a spot that has seen plenty of historical action over the centuries, including being where prisoners of Lancaster Castle dungeons were led to enjoy one last drink (rumour has it a few ghosts from this time have even stuck around). In terms of food and drink there is classic British cuisine on the menu and a lengthy list of craft beers. Start with potted crab or black pudding stack, then move onto a traditional fish and chips, Lancashire hotpot or a damn good gammon steak. The Three Mariners is a fantastic pub, and you’re going to love it as much as we do.
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British, European
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01524 388957
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Business Casual
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Dined on December 31, 2019
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New Years Eve early meal. Nice atmosphere