With book case designs lining the walls, and shades of teals and greens deployed with an expert hand, Ruby’s Bar has a touch of speakeasy character – but with style and quality always present.
This is a bar where wonderful ingredients are combined to make innovative cocktails – be sure to try the signature Ruby’s Fizz – while there are gins galore, and craft beers enough for any taste.
A roaring fireplace will welcome you in cooler climes, and wooden banquets and stools come with comfy cushions.
Ruby’s does not serve food, so if out for the evening you might choose to combine with a trip to Rick Stein’s Cafe or St. Petroc’s Bistro (which you can enter direct from Ruby’s) – just remember to book in advance to be sure of getting a space in the intimate dog-friendly dining area.
Earn your drink with a walk around Padstow beforehand and enjoy the stunning views across the Camel Estuary to Rock.
Take a stroll around the harbour before heading north along the coastal path, where fantastic scenery awaits as you make your way to all year round dog-friendly Harbour Cove and Hawkers Cove. Or, should your pooch fancy himself as an old sea-dog, you can take the 10 minute jaunt together from Padstow to charming town Rock on the Black Tor ferry.
Address: Ruby’s Bar, 18 Broad St, Padstow, PL28 8EA
If arriving by car, use the pay and display car park on your approach to Padstow, where Rick’s Fish and Chips is also located.
Newquay and Bodmin Parkway, your closest stations, are both 30 minutes away by taxi – we’d recommend jumping in the car instead.
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