THE SHOW MUST GO ON
while we’re self-isolating

Food and drink suspended
until it’s safe to resume

The Railway Hotel

Kitchen Hours

Monday:
17:00 - 22:00
Tuesday:
Kitchen Closed
Wednesday:
17:00 - 22:00
Thursday:
17:00 - 22:00
Friday:
17:00 - 22:00
Saturday:
13:00 - 21:00
Sunday:
Kitchen Closed

#LIVEAtTheRailway

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Live music lives here.

We’re known for being the spiritual home to Southend’s artistic and cultural scene.

With live performances from Open Mic Mondays to Jazz Wednesdays – you’re almost guaranteed to find something amazing.

During lockdown, James and RJ are now broadcasting nightly on RAY Radio. Listen above.

SEE UPCOMING EVENTSWatch Live and recorded Quarantine Sessions

Our Food

We have proudly served a meat-free menu since 2012 and over the years since our award-winning food has become highly popular with the local Vegetarian and Vegan communities.

All of our dishes are 100% plant-based and use sustainable and locally-sourced ingredients. Prepared fresh daily by our chef, we know that our wide range of artisan vegan food is still guaranteed to satisfy.

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Our Food
Serving Since 1872

Serving Since 1872

After the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway [LTSR] was completed in 1856, the railway developer leased the adjoining forty acres of land between the coast and the new railway for a new housing development; the Cliff Town.

Situated west of the existing Georgian Royal Terrace, the mid-Victorian estate was constructed by Banks and Barry between 1859-1861.Nelson Street was designed as the estate’s shopping arcade, and The Railway Hotel was built alongside shortly before 1872.

The Railway Hotel remains part of the Clifftown Conservation Area.

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