Pubs in Sunderland

For the traditional British pub experience, you can take your pick from the many fantastic drinking spots scattered within Sunderland's city centre. You will discover carefully restored buildings dating back to the Victorian era offering insights into the regions intriguing past. Relax in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere with a refreshing beverage or a hearty home cooked meal which is sure to satisfy. Here's just a few of the fantastic pubs to familiarise yourself with during your stay. 



12-14 Green Terrace, Sunderland, SR1 3PZ

Fitzgerald’s is a great example of a traditional British pub. With a friendly, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere it’s the perfect spot to unwind and rest tired legs after a fun filled day of excursions. Enjoy real ales and guest beers, as well as the usual wines, spirits, ciders and soft drinks. If you’ve built up an appetite, the comforting, traditional and classic menu is bursting with homemade British dishes that are sure to satisfy.



100W Sunniside, Sunderland, SR1 1BU

The Church Door is Sunderland’s smallest drinking spot and is a popular choice amongst locals. The renovated Victorian building dates back to 1870 and still retains many of the buildings original features such as beams and stone walls. Due to its compact scale and restricted cellar room, there are two beers and draught available as well as a selection of premium wines, spirits, cocktails and bottled beers.



Chester Road, Sunderland, SR4 7DR

If you would like to try a traditional pub lunch while you're visiting the city of Sunderland, The Chesters is the perfect place to do just that. Offering a whole host of British classics, from a full English breakfast, to fish and chips and a Sunday roast, its menu has all of the local favourites. Plus, it shows a lot of the biggest sporting events and its fully stocked bar has everything you could possibly want.