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Dough and Brew

Our delicious Sourdough Pizza is created in our Wood Burning Oven & our amazing Pancakes are cooked in a traditional French way but served with a very English twist.
Our sourdough is left to prove for at least 18 hours to give a fantastic flavour to our pizza. In fact everything is about the flavour.
Our oven produces incredibly tasty food from Pizza to slow roasted meats…we can create a menu just for you.

Brook Street, Warwick, CV34 4BL
Wednesday to Sunday: 09:30 – 21:30


The Thomas Lloyd

Thomas Lloyd was a local philanthropist, who lived in Warwick for 35 years. The Wetherspoon pub which bears his name is a former branch of his family’s bank.

Numbers 5 and 7 Market Place were acquired by the Warwickshire & Leamington Bank, in 1834, and taken over by Lloyds Bank, in 1866. The bank acquired number 3 in 1920, and occupied all three until 1998, when they became the Lloyds No.1 outlet. Thomas Lloyd, a member of the banking family, lived at the priory from 1865 until his death, in 1890. He was a philanthropic man, who took a particular interest in the asylum, the gaol and local schools. In recent years this venue has become a Wetherspoon pub offering great value beer, wine and food.

3-7 Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SA


Thomas Oken Tea Rooms

Set in the small historic town of Warwick, against the Castle wall, this beautiful old house was built over 500 years ago by Thomas Oken, a wealthy and philanthropic merchant and Mayor of the town. Nowadays we are a quintessential English tea rooms serving a whole range of hot and cold refreshments, including our renowned Cream Teas and Afternoon Teas, served with a choice of over 30 fine loose leaf teas.

(By the way, we also love – and serve – delicious locally roasted coffee!)

20 Castle Street, Warwick, CV34 4BP


The Rose & Crown

The Rose & Crown is a 17th century inn with rooms tucked into the corner of Warwick’s Market Square.  We serve the good stuff: fresh seasonal food, a quality pint, great wine, well-made coffee, all with a genuine welcome for old guests and new.

30 Market Place, Warwick, CV34 4SH


The Roebuck

The Roebuck Inn is Warwick’s oldest Public House, dating back to 1470.
Located on the historic Smith Street, and a stone’s throw from the world famous Warwick Castle, The Roebuck is a favourite for food and drinks throughout the day and night. Frequented by locals and visitors alike, guests are welcomed with our friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere.

57 Smith Street, Warwick, CV34 4HU


Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel

A Warm Irish Welcome

If you are looking for a hotel which provides an intimate, warm and friendly Irish welcome, where the relaxed, cosy atmosphere will ensure your stay will be an enjoyable one then come to The Old Fourpenny Shop. Sean Brew the owner/manager aims to create a home away from home. He has been delighting customers for many years having previously owned and run the Blue Boar Restaurant locally as well as other hotel/restuarants.

Take the time to relax in our comfortable lounge bar, open throughout the evening, offering a constantly changing selection of traditional cask conditioned beers from across the country and a selection of quality wines.

27 – 29 Crompton Street, Warwick, CV34 6HJ


New Bowling Green

A friendly and warm welcome awaits you at The New Bowling Green conveniently situated in Warwick, close to all the local amenities and backing on to St Nicholas’ Park.

The New Bowling Green is the perfect setting for a quick drink, a bite to eat or for an evening out. We serve a fabulous menu of unusual gourmet burgers and mouth watering steaks, which are complimented by a selection of lagers, real ales, ciders, spirits, soft drinks and fine wines.

Whatever the weather dine in our characterful dining areas or during the summer months, relax and enjoy our large beer garden. We are family and dog friendly.

Find great entertainment with regular live music and BBQ’s during the summer, so pop in with friends and family and enjoy all that’s going on.

13 St Nicholas Street, Warwick, CV34 4JD



Quigleys Irish Bar – There is nothing like it this side of the Irish Sea
Great Music * Awarded Drinks * Fabulous Food
We’re On The Rocks!
Set in the heart of Rugby, Quigleys Irish bar offers regular entertainment in many varieties, award winning drinks and quality food.

This Irish bar (as all Irish bar’s) offers a really friendly welcome. Sean & Alison have made this venue stand out from the rest in many different ways.
Come and see us soon, we know you’ll be back again once you do.

22 Albert St, Rugby CV21 2RS

Conservative Club

The Club is centrally situated in Swan Street in Warwick town centre, just off Jury Street and the Market Square. The Club is a great meeting place with a warm and friendly atmosphere.
The Club Steward, runs a well stocked bar with guest beers regularly available.

11 Swan Street, Warwick, CV34 4BJ



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