W H A T S O N . . .
O P E N M I C8.45PM
P U B Q U I Z !8.45PM - 10.45PM
B R O K E N S H A C K L E9.00PM - 1.00AM
S T I T C H / S W I T C H1.00PM - 3.00PM
D J / M R A N D Y S K A N K9.00PM - 1.00AM
S U N D A Y R O A S T12.00PM - 7.00PM
The Lamplighter is a vibrant and friendly public house situated in the Mounts area of Northampton. We attract a diverse crowd with our well kept real ale and great home cooked food. We have won a few awards including Northants CAMRA Pub of the Season Aug 2010 and Spring 2013. The Lamplighter was also voted Northamptonshire Food & Drink Awards Community Pub of the Year 2010/11 - we came runner up in the same category 2012/13.
We offer great beers in keg, cask and bottles from around the UK, Europe and beyond - American craft and Belgian beers, a British organic range, German and Czech Pilsners and of course up 6 Real ales. We regularly host beer festivals which are always backed by some great live music. We actively support local industry by sourcing local suppliers where we can and always have at least one local micro brewery featured on the bar and many from regional brewers we trust. We are proud to support CAMRA and actively promote their LocALE scheme - an initiative that encourages pubs to stock locally brewed real ale and builds on a growing consumer demand for quality local produce.
The Lamplighter is well established on the local live music scene, in fact ALE, FOOD & MUSIC generally sums us up. We also host one of Northampton’s longest running Open Mic's on a Monday and our very popular Wednesday night Pub Quiz.
We love Pubs and The Lamplighter is a traditional pub at heart. We enjoy bringing people together and hosting great events - this is only made possible by our friendly service, great staff, superb ales and by our fine customers.
Check out our popular courtyard garden - a great sun trap in the summer. To the rear of the garden we have a retractable awning which extends to offer shelter if required. This area is well lit and has individual heat lamps at each table to offer warmth in the winter months.