Navy InnLower Queen Street
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The rather small façade to this granite maritime pub up a side street off the promenade opens into a surprisingly large and comfortable interior. Although rather food-orientated you are welcome to call in for a drink or two. The single L-shaped room with its long bar has walls of granite and wood planking, an original wooden floor, and is decorated with various pictures on a maritime theme and a display of naval knots, among other seagoing artefacts. The bar dispenses locally-brewed beers which are always from Cornish breweries and varied frequently; the selection may increase from 2 to 3 brews in summer. Food is mostly sourced locally with fish a speciality, and is available every day/when open. The pub's name dates from when the Royal Navy had a Penzance depot. Note that the pub may close early on quiet evenings.