Bars in Stratford-Upon-Avon
|| Whether you’re
looking for a pun with log fire where you can catch up
on the Sunday papers, or you’re starting your evening
in style by schmoozing with the coolest people in Stratford-Upon-Avon,
you’ll find a bar to suit your needs.
If you’re looking for an experience bar none, simply
dial “m” for Bar M [map] on Arden Street . This is where you’ll find the
latest house and garage tunes, some excellent drinks
offers and a packed dance floor – one of the
few in Stratford-Upon-Avon – to take advantage of
and throw a few moves.
If you’re too cool to get down and dirty on the
dance floor why not head out to Kendrick’s [map] for pre-dinner cocktails? Kendrick’s can be found
at The High Street, Alcester, and is the ideal place for
a girly meet-up.
For real ale lovers who have travelled to Stratford-Upon-Avon
to sup, as the Bard himself would have once done, you
can’t go wrong with a visit to The Garrick Inn
This pub dates back to 1598 and acquired its name thanks
to the fame of Shakespearean actor David Garrick in 1769. The history hangs heavy around this pub but that’s
not to say that you can’t relax and soak up the
Shakespeare himself could often be found having a pint
in The Windmill Inn [map] on Church Street and visitors can take a look at the fascinating
photos on the walls that date back to the 1920s and
show how the pub and Stratford has developed over the
Another pub which may be worth frequenting is The Queens
Head [map] on Ely Street, which offers 18th century surroundings
and a beautifully quaint interior. Indulge in cask
ales or enjoy a hearty good value meal.
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