Monday to Thursday 10am - 11pm
Friday and Saturday 10am - 3am
Sunday 12noon - 4pm
The story behind Newbury's finest bar
(7&9 Wharf Street (Document House) (II). 1830 stables of No.5 Wharf Street, built on site of north range of Cloth Hall, demolished 1829. No.7 has arched doorway; No.9, modern entrance).
Back as early as 1901, Newbury could be still seen as a market town. This historic, listed building was used by Louch & Belcher, as a storage house where the town's solicitors kept the documents from many hours of research and case studies - thereby assisting with the justice in the market town of Newbury.
Document House is now the town's most stylish and relaxed lounge bar and restaurant, stocking a range of fine wines, champagnes, spirits and a beautiful cocktail menu. It has recently undergone a major re-furbishment and is a great place to pop in for a relaxed cup of coffee and a cake, or have lunch with your friends with our ever popular menu.
The weekend begins and document house is transformed into an amazing array of lights and music with our in house DJ - Moonraker Disco. Our friendly team of staff and management will ensure that you have a brilliant night and you leave wanting more! So if it is enjoying one of our famous cocktails and dancing the night away or having lunch or a cup of coffee and a catch up with your friends, then document house is the place for you.