Wetherspoon said the pub, located on the site of a former carpet and furniture showroom, will employ 45 staff in the Firth of Clyde town.
The outlet, which was due to launch as this section of SLTN went to press, is named after Henry Bell, the town’s first provost. References to Bell also feature inside the pub, along with photos and other historic information about the area.
Specialising in real ales, The Henry Bell is open between 8am and midnight every day, with food served until 10pm.
The pub is managed by Philip Carville, previously of Wetherspoon’s Glasgow Airport pub, The Sandpiper.
“Myself and my team are looking forward to welcoming customers into the pub and we are confident that it will be a great addition to Helensburgh’s community,” he said.