Michaelmas Fair - Thursday 14th Ocober - We are Open as Usual

Pop in and visit us for food and drink

Coming soon… Christmas festivities will kick start off with a wine tasting 2nd December details to be confirmed, watch our social media pages for updates.

Now Taking bookings.

During December, any bookings larger than 6 people will require a pre-order.


Christmas opening hours:

Open Mon 20th – 2nd January

Closed 25th Christmas day.

Welcome Back To The Globe

Our service has always been of key importance to us. We will endeavor to offer you great service but from a distance with a few little twists!

We are operating on a reservation only basis, when reserving a table or arriving for your reservation please ensure;

  • That nobody in your party is displaying Covid 19 symptoms or has in the 7 days prior to your reservation; please advise us if this changes at any point.

  • That your reservation meets the current government guidelines. Reservations for inside must not exceed 2 Households/bubbles. We have also chosen to limit the maximum number to 8 people. Reservations outside are limited to a maximum of 8 people from 2 households or up to 6 people from up to 6 different households.

  • That you bring warm clothing and/or blankets for outside reservations, we are unable to supply blankets anymore and may not have space for you inside.

  • That you use our hand sanitizing stations throughout your visit.

  • That you are aware that you will be expected to remain seated unless using the toilet or exiting the pub. Very importantly, this includes children.

  • That dogs are kept on leads at all times.

  • That you are aware that we will store your personal details on file for 21 days and they will be used for the purpose of Track and Trace.

You will be greeted on arrival at the front door, asked to sanitise your hands and then we shall take you to your allocated table for the duration of your visit.

If you have specific physical needs, please discuss this with us as we may need to adapt your journey around the pub.

As the situation evolves, so will our policies. Please be aware that this is as new to us as it is to you. Everything that we have implemented is for the safety of our team members, customers and local community. If there is a problem please speak to US, DIRECTLY about it.

We look forward to welcoming you back to The Globe.


Our main priority is the health and well being of our team and our loyal customers.

To ensure that we are maintaining a Covid Secure workplace and safe environment for you we have implemented the following measures;

  • Comprehensive risk assessments

  • Clear and concise instructions of what is required and expected

  • Wall and floor signage as a reminder to everybody

  • 8 additional hand sanitising stations

  • A one way system to mitigate the risk of close contact at pinch points throughout the pub

  • Tables & chairs positioned at an acceptable distance apart

  • A ‘one in one out’ policy for the toilets

  • 30 minute toilet cleaning schedule

  • Heightened cleaning and sanitising schedule throughout the whole pub

  • Table service only

  • An App for ease of ordering if preferred

Each team member working has been trained and completed a certified ‘Ready To Work’ Covid Secure Course.

Each team member will have their temperature checked prior to starting their shift.

Traditional English Country Pub Dining


Bar Opening Times

Monday & Tuesday

Wednesday – Saturday
12noon – 10.00pm

12noon – 9.00pm

Food Served

Monday – Tuesday

12noon – 2.30pm
6.00pm – 8.30pm

12noon – 8.30pm (Light Snacks 3.00pm – 6.00pm)

12noon – 4.00pm

The Globe - History

15th-century pub with a garden and terrace on the banks of a small lake, plus Modern British menu. One landlord of the Globe who held a special place in the towns cricket history was Thomas Taylor. He was one of the Hambledon Club team who, on l8th June 1777, beat All England by an innings and 168 runs (the other Alresford man in the team was Richard Veck). Among the entertainments at the Globe was the Melon Feast; the fruit being judged for perfection before becoming the principal dish.

On the 26 September 1943 the B17 Flying Fortress “Lady Luck”, carrying a full bomb load, got into difficulties over Alresford. Captain Robert Cogswell ordered his nine crewmen to bail out remaining on board the aircraft himself in an attempt to steer the bomber away from the town. The plane crashed just east of Alresford Pond Captain Cogswell having jumped to safety himself shortly before it crashed.

The plaque in Soke Gardens honours Captain Cogswell of the 303 Bomb Group, US 8th Air Force and his conduct in saving Alresford from a potential disaster.

Soke Gardens can be found down the lane to the right of the Globe on the Lake pub at the bottom of Broad Street.

The Globe Alresford

We are currently closed until the foreseeable. We will be reading our mail once or twice during this period. Please do not expect an immediate response. Thank you.

Book a Table

To provisionally book a table, complete and send the form. We will be in touch to confirm your booking.

Please bear in mind that we are customer facing from 10am – midnight 7 days a week, we are not always able to access our emails during this time. Therefor if you have an urgent booking we do advise also giving us a call. We endeavour to respond to all emails at our earliest convenience.

Call us on: 01962 733118

We attempt to reply to all email enquiries and bookings within 24 hours. Please check your Junk mail box if you haven’t seen a reply from us.