Salisbury Business Improvement District

Places to eat and drink with outside space in Salisbury city centre

15th July 2020

Looking for a cafe, restaurant or pub with outside seating in Salisbury city centre?

Salisbury city centre boast an array of friendly and welcoming cafes, restaurants and pubs. Many of these eateries also have outside seating area, where people can enjoy summer safely and support local businesses.

Food and drink establishments have implemented the government guidelines to ensure their business is COVID Secure before reopening, however scientific evidence demonstrates that there is a lower risk of spreading coronavirus outdoors, because of the ventilation factor.

For the members of the community who aren’t comfortable sitting inside a restaurant or café and would prefer to remain outside in the fresh air for now, Salisbury BID has put together a list of city centre food and drink establishments with outside seating.

Whether you’re looking to make the most of the summer weather or are still feeling a bit apprehensive in these uncertain times, al fresco dining is the answer...

Cafes in Salisbury city centre with outside seating
Henderson's Artisan Bakery & Café (Market Square)
Fisherton Mill Café (Fisherton Street)
Stones Kitchen Café (Market Square)
Pick Up (Market Square)
Reeve the Baker (Butcher Row)
Carwardine's (Bridge Street)
Culture Coffee (Fisherton Street)
Arman's Art & Design Coffee House (The Maltings)
Wafflemeister (High Street)
1268 (Blue Boar Row)
The Refectory (Salisbury Cathedral)
Dinghams (St Thomas's Square)
Boston Tea Party (High Street)
Costa Coffee (Butcher Row)
Bell Tower Tea Rooms (Salisbury Cathedral)
Riflesman's Table (The Rifles Museum)
Salisbury Museum Cafe

Restaurants and pubs in Salisbury city centre with outside seating
The Old Ale & Coffee House (Crane Street)
La Piazza (Market Square)
Red Lion Hotel (Milford Street)
Milford Hall Hotel (Castle Street)
The Market Inn (Butcher Row)
Café Diwali (Crane Street)
Cactus Jacks (Water Lane)
The New Inn (New Street)
Anchor & Hope (Winchester Street)
The Bishop's Mill (The Maltings)
Bridge Tap (Bridge Street)
Maul’s Wine & Cheese Bar (Fish Row)
The Salisbury Arms (Endless Street)
The Pheasant Inn (Salt Lane)
The Avon Brewery (Castle Street)
The Cathedral Hotel (Milford Street)
Caboose (South Western Road)
Ox Row (Market Square) (opening from Wednesday 22nd July)

Paul Henderson of Henderson’s Artisan Bakery & Café said: “We have remained open for business throughout the lockdown and have been providing the local community with freshly baked bread, pastries, cake and takeaway coffee.

“Our outside seating area reopened over a week ago and we’ve enjoyed seeing our customers enjoy their food and drink in our tranquil setting on the Market Place.

“We’ve spread out our seating area outside, so all tables are a safe distance apart and are thoroughly cleaned regularly. We look forward to safely welcoming new and existing customers throughout the summer.”

Click here for a full list of open businesses in Salisbury city centre