It is popular for many reasons: for the excellence of its beer and its food and wine; for the warm welcome extended to visitors by Trish and David McManus and their young and friendly bar staff.
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...one of the most popular and recognised pub/restaurants in West Norfolk.
Situated just off the A10 between King's Lynn and Downham Market in the village of Stow Bardolph; The Hare Arms is an ideal place for a social gathering, a hearty meal, a business meeting or just a quiet drink.
Comprising of a large and comfortable bar area, separate restaurant, function room (the Old Coach House), conservatory and spacious gardens, (with resident peacocks) the Hare Arms at Stow Bardolph is bigger than it appears.
Tenants since 1976; Trish and David McManus and their friendly staff ensure speedy, courteous service with a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere for all patrons, young or old, town or country, local or just passing through.
Winners of numerous awards for both their beer and food, Trish and Dave are pleased to welcome you to the Hare. Get directions here...
“It’s time for a change of pace…”
Our newly refurbished dining area “The Tortoise Room” is now open! Featuring a new menu with dishes created by our chefs as well as some of the most popular ones from both previous bar and a la carte menus.
We will also have a new ‘Specials board’ with seasonal variations.
As always, tables can’t be booked in bar, but booking a table in the new dining area or The Coach House means you can enjoy waitress service and the same menu as in the bar, and a more relaxed experience!
“RARE”, Pinot Noir, France 13%
Made from the ripest grapes on the south exposed Rare vineyards. This is a juicy, full flavoured Pinot with lovely cherry and blueberry aromas
Greene King“OLDE TRIP” 4.3%
Taking its name from the world famous Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem, which lays claim to being England’s oldest inn, this is a rich-tofffee flavoured beer bursting with fruity character that is perfectly balanced with a clean, bitter finish.
Belhaven Howells“FROSTY BELLS” 4%
A rich dark ale with herbal notes and currant flavours. A pleasing and easy drinking winter ale