It’s called Pi, the other side of the station. Massive 24 inch pizzers but would need to share it. They do normal sized pizzas too. They are good, good pizzas and have taken a lot of dissers there.
Anyway, list time
Overdraft (you’re already going but the Mexican food is excellent as @JaguarPirate will attest to)
The Fulflood (my favourite pub in town. @profk loves it too)
The Queen Inn
Incognito or The Cabinet Rooms if you like cocktails
The Black Bottle if you like wine
The Black Rat if you like a pub with huge amounts of curios
The Old Vine feels quite continental in a way
The King Alfred
The Winchester Orangery
Pi for pizza
The Stable for pizza and cider (although this is a chain)
Three Joes for sourdough pizza
Overdraft for Mexican
The Dispensary Kitchen
Inn the Park
Mi Cocina for Mexican (Thursday to Sunday only)
Anita’s Kitchen for sushi
Kyoto Kitchen for sushi (is £££ though)
Momo from Marse The New Delicious in the food market on Middle Brook Street (Friday and Saturday only)
Probably a million other places, but we don’t get out too often now
Coffee/cakes/brunch - Winchester has some brilliant coffee shops
General Store (getting a takeaway coffee and a cinnamon bun from here and sitting in the cathedral grounds is my favourite thing to do. Also have a good selection of beers from Unity,. I’m always nipping in for a couple of tins)
Hoxton Bakehouse (brilliant coffee)
The open house deli
Josie’s (pancakes in here are👌)
The Hatch (Forte Kitchen’s takeaway place)
Takeaway from The Winchester Orangery’s hatch
Walks/other things to do
Go and browse in elephant records. Lovely little record shop. Projects is good for a browse around too.
Walk to Orams Arbor or St Giles Hill with some beer in the evening is nice. Great views across Winchester from both.
Walk up St Catherine’s hill and round the water meadows
Keats walk is an extension of the above and takes in st cross hospital and hockley viaduct.
The winnal moors are great to walk around if you like wildlife.
Will provide more details on walks of you want
Round table and the great hall might be worth a visit if you like history
If you have a car, Stockbridge or Arlesford are nice for a morning walk.
If you want anything else, shout up.