Pittenweem's Village Pub
South Loan, Pittenweem
01333 311 587
WEST END BAR
south loan, pittenweem
Welcome to the West End Bar - Pittenweem's cosy and friendly village pub.
We pour locally-brewed beers, Scottish gins, malt whiskies, and very quaffable wines. We serve delicious home-cooked food Spring, Summer and Autumn. If the sun's out, enjoy a seat outside in our lovely south-facing beer garden. If it's chilly, wrap up in one of our tartan blankets. If it's deepest winter, then warm your toes by our open log fire. We're very dog-friendly so please bring yours along. Just let us know when booking a table to eat.
We serve dinner Wednesday through Saturday, with lunch also served on Saturday and through Sunday afternoon.
Chef-owner Tim serves up delicious home-cooked dishes, using Fife's and Scotland's wonderful larder throughout the menu. Click below for a sample menu.
We cater for gluten-free diners and allergies. Please let us know when booking.
We also keep a nice little wine list, as well as Ovenstone 109 real ale on draught (brewed two miles north of here) and Futtle Organic beer (brewed two miles west of here), as well as Nøvar wild ferment cider from the Highlands.
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Tim and Oonagh bought the West End in December 2017. An Edinburgh native, Tim spent much of his career in London at drinks company Diageo, also taking the professional diploma at Leiths School of Food & Wine in London during a year out from the office. While his job took him to New York for a few years, Oonagh also took the opportunity to spend several years in the Caribbean in hotel management. Running their own place was on the cards for some time, and when they saw the 'for sale' sign at the West End, a conversation over a pint with local Captain Willie started them on the path to buying the place. It's been a rollercoaster ever since, but Tim and Oonagh are delighted to see the pub once again thriving.