The Church is a contemporary bar and restaurant in a former church. Every aspect of the original building has been meticulously restored to create the perfect atmosphere to enjoy your favorite tipple in this uniquely historic venue.
The aim at Porta is to keep things really simple. A relaxed, totally informal environment inspired by the tiniest independent tapas bars of Barcelona and Madrid. Lots of bar stools and casual tables create a busy, buzzing atmosphere.
At Spitting Feathers’ Brewery Tap they offer a wide selection in cask ales and locally sourced food. They will always have beers on tap from their own brewery, Spitting Feathers, as well as a range of guest ales, usually from local brewers, and a traditional hand pull cider.
Laid back city centre bar serving up pub grub, craft beers, retro games, table tennis and weekend DJs.
This characterful city centre pub dates from around 1600 and its black and white Tudor-style façade has been welcoming visitors ever since.
Offering delicious home cooked food and a wide selection of drinks in this historic half-timbered traditional pub dating back to 1664. A Grade I listed building and possibly the finest 17th-century timber-framed town house in Chester.
The Architect is a classic pub restaurant within Chester's city walls overlooking the racecourse at Roodee. Named in honour of Thomas Harrison, a prolific architect who designed the building as his own residence, along with designing Grosvenor Bridge and much of Chester Castle.
Cosy, local bar popular for food, cocktails and its sunny outside area.
The Cross Keys is a small single roomed Victorian gem, a charming tavern. The pub has a real quality feel within, twinkling stained glass windows, leather seats and oak floors.
Wetherspoon is a large UK chain of pubs and bars which offer reasonably priced food and drinks in often unique buildings with historical interest.
The Pied Bull is Chester’s oldest coaching house. The building dates back to the 11th Century when it was the official residence of the Recorder of Chester, holding a continuous licence since 1533 and originally named ‘Bull’s Mansion’.
The Coach House Inn is an independent restaurant serving up a blend of tradition (it has been around since 1840) and a modern setting.
A concept like no other, offering a soon to be world-famous selection of botanical cocktails, craft beers and ales, Champagne and wine. Food inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. With live music Wednesday to Sunday, sublime social times are guaranteed!
Brewhouse and Kitchen is a bit different from your traditional pub – they brew their own, unique craft beers on-site in their own microbrewery. As well as matching every dish on the menu to a style of beer they also love cooking with beer - so be sure to keep an eye out for recipes that make use of the beers they brew!
The Falcon is an historic Grade I listed pub which was once the town house of the Grosvenor family before becoming a public house.