The Eagle in Bene't Street, Cambridge is a historic establishment that holds a special place in the hearts of many students and faculty at the University of Cambridge. Located in the heart of Cambridge, the Eagle’s rich history dates to 16th century and has been serving students, scholars, locals, and travellers for over two centuries. The announcement on discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953 by James Watson and Francis Crick at The Eagle makes it a must-visit for anyone looking for a taste of the city's rich history and a traditional pub experience with a warm and welcoming environment.

A unique and interesting backdrop for socialising and relaxation is created by dark wood panelling, cosy fireplaces, and a collection of vintage photographs and memorabilia that also showcase the pub's close association with the city's rich history. The pub serves a range of traditional pub food, including classic British dishes, hearty sandwiches, pies as well as a selection of beers, wines, and other beverages. Whether you're in the mood for a hearty meal or just want to enjoy a drink with friends, The Eagle has something for everyone.