At The Lytton we believe that the community is everything and that we, as a local pub are at the core of that. We have always welcomed artisan bread makers & craft ale brewers the opportunity to pop up outside our pub, we loved it and we knew the locals loved it too. It was only during the start of lockdown that we decided to go a little further. People were struggling to get what they needed in the supermarkets, the queues were miles long and often the shelves of basics such as milk, bread, flour, fruit and veg were empty when you got there. So we started a regular pop up Farmers Market every Sunday between 10am - 2pm inviting Lytton locals to come and sell their produce #everylyttonhelps
We fired up our pizza oven so you could get top notch pizza to takeaway, as well as sausage rolls and other treats. We are so perfectly placed for picnics with The Knebworth Estate just up the road and its been great to see you all enjoying a picnic whatever the weather (how terribly British of us!)
Come along on a Sunday from 10am to see what we have on. You can expect (though it changes regularly) great beers and real ales from “Uncle Steve”, bread from Derek and sausages and other fresh produce from Hertfordshire Fresh (run by David, festival organiser turned greengrocer in lockdown!) If you are thirsty then we will be the place to come and stock up. We have real ale and craft beer straight from the cask, and finally from Saturday 4th July we are open so you can enjoy food and drink in our pub and beer garden at long last.