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Situated in the charming market town of St Ives. Philip started his career at Floods 12 years ago as a glass collector and tried his hand at a few roles including kitchen porter, barman, bar supervisor, bar manager and now a very proud landlord.

Whether travelling by land or water, you’ll always arrive to a warm welcome at Floods Bar & Eatery. Idyllically set on the picturesque banks of the River Great Ouse in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, we’re a family friendly pub and restaurant offering an assortment of cask ales, fine wines, superior spirits and mouth watering pub grub enjoyed inside or out thanks to our tranquil riverside garden bar.

Maybe you fancy a pint of your favourite bitter after work, a catch up with the girls for a cold crisp glass of Pinot Grigio or treating the family to some classic British dishes with a modern twist… Floods offers it all under one roof.

Floods is a charming Grade II listed building dating back to the 18th century offering a roaring log-fire in the winter and peaceful riverside views in the garden bar in the summer. During the day, Floods is relaxed and child friendly where you can enjoy a coffee with a cupcake or sample our new menu with a range of beers and wines. At night, Floods is known for showcasing local talent, from acoustic solos to the latest home grown rock ‘n’ roll bands, bringing an incredible amount of passion and energy under our roof.

Floods Tavern, St Ives contact info

phone 01480 700676

email [email protected]

address 27 The Broadway, St Ives, PE27 5BX.

website http://www.floods-tavern.co.uk

2 weeks ago

Floods Tavern

In line with government guidelines, we will be closing our doors for the foreseeable future after tonight!

We would like to thank our staff and customers for their continued support. These are troubling times but I’m sure that we as a community can come together and get through this. Stay strong, stay positive and keep helping those in need.

We are upset to be closing but given the current situation, we are pleased that we can play our part in keeping the community safe and well and coming through this pandemic together.

For now, we bid you farewell and look forward to seeing you when we are once again allowed to open our doors!

🎶We’ll meet again, don’t know where, don’t know when,
But I know we’ll meet again some sunny day🎶

Stay safe, keep smiling and keep caring. Good night and God Bless! Xx
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1 month ago

Floods Tavern

Has anyone lost a phone? We’ve had one left at the pub yesterday evening. 👍🏼 ...

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