The Globe Inn in Lympstone, the town which is also home to Michael Caines’ Michelin-starred restaurant and hotel Lympstone Manor, will relaunch on 20 July following four weeks of renovation.
Good Game founders Steve Williams and Pete Woodham-Kay have revamped The Globe Inn with new electrics, a new kitchen and a chalk mine wine and beer cellar.
The menu will include ‘gutsy’ mains such as macaroni cheese; venison burgers; pies; and organic charcuterie, which the company cures in-house and for which it has won awards at The Pig & Pallet.
Lunch will be available from Wednesday to Sunday and dinner will be served from Tuesday to Saturday evenings, with the pub open for drinking all week.
The team says it wants the site to remain as a “community watering hole” for the area’s local residents, and will support local suppliers by using produce from businesses in the area.
“As our first Good Game pub, we wanted to launch the sort of place where we would go ourselves,” says co-founder Williams.
“I have been drinking in The Globe Inn for 15 years and it has always has a relaxed atmosphere, with great food and drink. We’ve got a terrific team on-board who are all equally passionate about warm hospitality and service.”