Here are 21 of the newest pubs in Portsmouth which have opened since the millennium

PORTSMOUTH is a city with no shortage of pubs.

Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 2:07 pm
Updated Wednesday, 20th February 2019, 3:09 pm
Newest pubs in Portsmouth

In the last week, The News has highlighted all the pubs designed by A E Cogswell as well as some of the oldest pubs in the city. Now we turn our attention to the ones which launched in the 21st Century and remain open: 

This pub in Gunwharf Quays is part of a national chain and opened in the 21st Century. In 2015 it under went a full refurbishment.
Located in Osbourne Street, Southsea, this cafe-style bar opened for business in 2010. It's success has prompted the opening of a sister site in Chichester.

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This pub in Spring Street opened in 2018 and is inspired by the speakeasies from the Prohibition era in America. It has 1920s inspired music and a range of drinks.
This establishment in Palmerston Road, Southsea, opened in 2018. It took over the site that was once occupied by Post Office Counters.
Located in Victoria Road South, Southsea, this pub opened in 2007. It briefly changed its name to The Globe in 2011 but quickly switched back to the original name.
This bar and restaurant in Palmerston Road, Southsea, opened during the 21st Century. It offers over a 100 different gins. Picture: Google Maps
This pub in Elm Grove opened in 2004 on the site of two former retail. Inside the walls are decorated with framed prints and large movie posters. Picture: Google Maps
This Fratton pub opened at the Staggeringly Good brewery in December 2018. It is set up like a dinosaur-themed church.
Located in Elm Grove, Southsea, this pub opened in 2015. It is a Belgium bar and brasserie and it replaced the One Legged Jockey boutique.
This bar in Elm Grove, Southsea, opened in May 2013 with an American diner theme. It offers food as well as a range of draught beers.
Located in Gunwharf Quays, it originally opened as Bar 38 in the early 2000s. It was rebranded as the Liqourist last year after a refuribishment.
This Wetherspoons pub in Palmerston Road opened in 2010 and is the seventh one in the city. It replaced the Chicago Rock Caf.
Located on Southsea's popular Palmerston Road, this venue opened in late 2014. It is housed in site of the former Bamboo House Chinese restaurant and has an impressive range of beers.
This pub in Highland Road, Southsea, opened in 2018. It replaced the former Ice Bar and is run by same group as Belle Isle and Meat & Barrel.
Located in Gunwharf Quays, this pub was opened in 2002. It is house in the Grade II listed former HMS Vernon customs building.
This pub in Southsea's Albert Road opened in the 21st Century replacing the Fistful of Tacos restaurant. However it still serves Mexican food, perhaps a nod to its past.
While we can't tell you where this pub is - we can say that it opened in recent months. With a speakeasy theme, the bar's name and location is a secret
Located in Osborne Road, Southsea, this pub opened its doors in December 2009. As the name would suggest it is an Irish themed bar.
Located in Hilsea, this tap room is a short work from the railway station. It is housed in the Urban Island brewery.
This pub in Osborne Road, Southsea, opened in 2014. It was refurbished at much cost to replace a restuarant that was once on the site.
This pub in Osborne Road, Southsea, opened in 2014. It was refurbished at much cost to replace a restaurant that was once on the site.