About Us

The story of the sailing ship is the story of man's conquest of the elements; the oceans, winds and treacherous currents of the seven seas. It tells of the courage and tenacity of the men who sailed them to chart and map the world and spans every age of discovery and exploration. On return to a safe harbor, they headed for their beloved pubs and taverns. Where good fellowship, jokes, and gossip were exchanged with unrestrained vigor, letting off steam. So that on return to the fold, they met the problems of home, wives, and children with relaxed humor.

What is a British pub? A pub is state of mind, and that alone sets it apart from any other eating and drinking establishment. It is a place where relaxation, stimulation and conversation are the order of the day. In their "local", as the British refer to them, a sense of being "at home" is very much in evidence and it is the publican's job to ensure the maintenance of that atmosphere. Nikolas Pevsner said, "The function of the pub is company, human nearness, ...snugness not smugness. "Informality is rampant and many a stout Brit has fallen to the lure of his local, most notably when walking his dog. The urge to "dive in for a quick pint" has challenged and defeated the hardiest of souls. Giving in to that urge will be rewarded with our selection of 20 British draught beers. Of course if you are inclined toward the spirits, our pub is fully stocked with your favorite libation.

Welcome to our pub and restaurant. You'll be a stranger here but once.

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5 out of 5 stars
Best fish and chips anywhere around. Good fresh tap beer and very fresh and authentic English cuisine. I would definitely go there again and again and...

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Kassie
Kassie

5 out of 5 stars
I always enjoy coming to this location. Sometimes the service isn't the best, but it really depends on who you get when you come in. If you like tea definitely order a pot. It's delicious and calming. There's nothing a cuppa can't fix. Also, give the crumble a try. It's tart. But that mixed with the warm custard makes for an immense combination. I can't go to the Olde Ship and NOT get rhubarb crumble.

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Nita Lawson
Paul M.

5 out of 5 stars

True and honest British Pub with an honest feel of being in England. Great food and perfect atmosphere. So easy to make friends and chat with people all around. The food is delicious and I see people say a bit pricey but YOU do get what you pay for and the food is delicious and good portions enough for leftovers. Well Worth it.

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