Wirral has some great gastropubs to choose from.
The Fox and Hounds situated in the conservation area of Barnston, the present pub was built about 1911 on the site of an Ale House & Barn.The Fox’ has a fantastic choice of real ales, lagers, fine wines and over 60 whiskies. Enjoy the peaceful beer garden on a summer’s day, perfect for a refreshing drink or bite to eat. The traditional menu consists of home-cooked pub food along with a wide range of hearty meals and daily specials
The Jug & Bottle, winner of the 'Wirral Taste Award 2014', offers delicious wholesome British food, great British beers and a fantastic selection of world wines! Nestled away from the hustle of bustle of Heswall, “the Jug” as it is affectionately known by the locals sits up at the top of Mount Avenue in its own tranquil gardens with views overlooking the hills of North Wales.
The Montgomery Pub & Kitchen is a gastro pub set in the quiet village of Eastham. High profile local chef and enthusiastic restaurateur, David Mooney is the chef patron and co-owner of The New Moon Pub Company. Best known for his 21 year stint at family restaurant, Knutsford’s Belle Epoque, David is recognisable as the North West’s original celebrity chef and has appeared on television numerous times namely with the Hairy Bikers, as well as hosting his own series on Granada Television, The Food Hunter.
Built in 1866, The Farmers Arms in Frankby, is a long established and characterful pub set in the countryside. Close to Royden Park, it makes for an excellent rest stop after country walk. You will find heart-warming food and a great choice of traditional ales.
The Ship Hotel has been a fond favourite down in Parkgate for years. The Ship serves a gastro menu of delicious homemade dishes (even down to their chips!) seven days a week as well as offering its famous roasts on Sundays. Along with a hearty homemade menu, The Ship is also proud of its award-winning cask ales including a number of beers sourced from local breweries.
The Cowshed Restaurant, The Wheatsheaf, Raby
The Wheatsheaf Inn dates back to 1611, and is Wirral's oldest pub. With a distinctive thatched roof and black and white exterior, the Inn offers olde worlde charm alongside fine dining. The adjoining Cowshed Restaurant offers pub lunches, and an a la carte evening menu.
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