We are located in the historic medieval town of Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk.
Situated on Eastgate Street, we offer a fantastic venue for the community, families and local professionals to enjoy fantastic food, including stone baked pizzas and a wonderful selection of beer and wine. Including on tap a variety of Greene King Ales, a brewer who has been brewing beer in Bury St Edmunds for over 200 years!
Visitors can drink or dine in one of our many internal areas or relax in the amazing and spacious beer garden to the rear with the beautiful willow tree. There is regular entertainment including quiz nights, karaoke and live music.
A Brief History Of The Greyhound
Opening around 1841 The Greyhound proved a popular place to drink, eat and be merry. The Greyhound was originally run by a Mr Robert Wilkinson, who was believed to challenge anyone to contradict “that there was no better house in the town, wether large or small, as far as management and conduct were concerned”. This earned the pub a reputation of an orderly and well conducted house.
As the century went on, and the railway opened from Bury St Edmunds to Sudbury, in 1865 business in the pub sky rocketed. Being only sixty yards from the station (now Bury Bowl and Pot Black) it proved a popular venue for, not only the locals, but for people visiting the town.
There have been many stories about the pub and there is so much history it would take forever to write it up. Why not ask a member of staff about the ghost!