Located on the south side of St Albans, The King Harry is a quirky local pub with great beers and ciders, an excellent wine list, comfort pub food - including Sunday roasts - and a large beer garden to make the most of summer.
Its eclectic interior makes a welcome change from so many other chain pubs - with mis-matched, well-loved furniture, comfy sofas and a 'snug' area. It's also family and dog friendly.
Tuesday night is quiz night and they also show films and host other special events - see their website for details and to join their mailing list for news and special offers.
Open Monday to Thursday and Saturday from noon to 11pm, Friday noon to midnight, Sunday noon to 10.30pm
With the oldest pub in Britain, and over 50 to choose from, there's something to suit all tastes (literally) in St Albans. Here's a full list.
St Albans is also home to the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), publishers of The Good Beer Guide and organisers of Festivals in St Albans and Harpenden.
The Fighting Cocks pub in St Albans claimed the top spot this year while The Boot was a highly commended runner up.
Mokoko was voted St Albans 'Bar of the Year', while previous winner The Peahen was highly commended in this closely contested category.