23 Trumpington Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB2 1QA
In the heart of the city, stylishly situated in a converted wing of the old Addenbrooke’s Hospital is Browns, Cambridge.
A stunning Virginia creeper frames the entrance and there’s a beautiful outdoor terrace area.
We’re close to the Fitzwilliam Museum with its arts and antiquities collections and the River Cam, famous, of course, for its punting.
Come and join us for a cocktail. Our Bloody Marys have a cult following in Cambridge, but we have dozens more to choose from!
Make the perfect start to the day at Browns, with the space and time you need to relax, work or just get together.
Classic brasserie dishes in a buzzing atmosphere - it's all here, whether you're bringing family, friends or colleagues.
Let our team of expert bartenders mix your favourite or tempt you to try something new and exciting.
Get together every Friday and enjoy our exclusive selection of sparkling wines from just £19.95.
Cambridge is a compact city and there are some brilliant guided walking tours that cover the history of Cambridge and will take you around some of the best known sights the city has to offer.
Cambridge abounds with history, culture and architecture. King’s College Chapel is a popular attraction for many visitors – founded in 1441, its Christmas Eve service broadcasts to millions around the world.
The University’s Fitzwilliam Museum has collections of arts and antiquities that span centuries. For something a little more contemporary, head to Kettle’s Yard, or if you’re interested in the history of aviation, then a visit the Imperial War Museum is a must.
Cambridge is famous for punting and you could enjoy fantastic views of King’s College Chapel, The Wren Library and the Bridge of Sighs from the comfort of a chauffeured traditional Cambridge Punt. Or you could hire one and punt yourself down the River Cam!
The Corn Exchange presents around 300 live entertainment and musical performances each year andCambridge Junction offers a really diverse programme of contemporary culture.
The annual Cambridge Film Festival celebrates films, past, present and future and there are special outdoor screenings, by the River Granta, for example, or on the historic Magdalene Street.
There’s also a Buskers and Street Performers Festivalthat showcases some unique talent across the city’s streets. It’s held over three days and you’ll be able to see musical acts, dance, mime, jugglers and magic!
Come and experience the beauty of Cambridge – and drop in to Browns for one of our many cocktails, or simply to unwind over dinner.