About Crocketts

Welcome to Crocketts, an elegant gin bar situated in the bustling cultural quarter of the beautiful and historic city of Exeter.

Gins from across the south west, the UK and the world grace the shelves of Crocketts. Our speciality is artisan gins distilled in the south west, including Exeter Gin and Tarquins. We also offer a variety of familiar and new names from the gin world. Expect to see Hendricks, Aviation Gin and Brooklyn Gin sitting alongside some more unusual weird and wonderful gins you’ll be itching to try.

Our quaint Grade II listed building houses a stunning handmade copper bar area at ground level with further seating available in ‘The Library’ upstairs. You will be hosted and served with a smile, by our resident gin experts.

The Perfect Serve

The secret to a perfectly served G&T is the love and care that goes into making it as well as a perfectly paired tonic and carefully chosen garnish. There’s no slapdash serving here, we take pride in preparing and serving a G&T that will set your taste buds on fire and keep you coming back for more.

Our exquisite cocktail menu will whet the appetite of the most discerning cocktail drinker and our delicious wines and beers are sure to delight.


We believe our local companies produce the best quality products in the land and we want you to benefit from it. Everything is made in our kitchen from scratch! Buying your pizza from Crocketts means that you will be actively supporting your local business community and contributing to the local economy because we buy our ingredients from local family-run businesses.
Support your local shops, our wonderful independents will appreciate it!

Why Crocketts?

Crocketts is named after William Crockett, a wine and spirit merchant who sold his wares from the street in the 1840’s. Mr Crockett was also Mayor of Exeter in 1823. After housing a clothes shop for several years, it seemed fitting to name the bar after William given that the quaint old building now houses alcohol once more.

And did you know?

Tiny Upper Paul Street leads onto the historical Gandy Street – rumoured to be used as inspiration by JK Rowling for Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter books.