The Globe is something of a surprise, being simply a normal, decent pub in the pedestrianised maelstrom of Leicester city centre, surrounded by a Barracuda pub, O'Neill's, Lloyds No1, a Litten Tree and various other terrible townie haunts. It's an old building and various original bits still remain - some tiled floors and a few divided off areas caught our eye. Being an Everards pub there's a pretty good choice of ale - we spied three or four available - and some cling film wrapped sarnies at £1.50 for those want to soak up that late night alcohol. You'll find a wide variety of customers, with older fellas and couples happily mixing with the Goths and rockers who come here for a cheeky pint before going off clubbing. Overall this is a congenial, pleasant watering hole, especially considering the area.
43 Silver Street, Leicester, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 5EU
0116 262 9819
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How to find the Globe pub
The Globe is on the Corner of Silver Street and Loseby Lane, next to the Shires Shopping centre in the middle of Leicester and close to St Martin's Square.