Eating out in Shrewsbury

Places to eat and drink in Shrewsbury

Around every corner in Shrewsbury is a great café, restaurant or pub to call in, whether it’s for afternoon tea, fine dining or a pint of real ale. Browse our list of places to eat and drink in Shrewsbury to give you just a flavour.

Head to Draper's Hall restaurant and ‘baa’ for dinner and drinks in one of Shrewsbury’s most historic buildings (est. 1485), or try Hayward restaurant at The Lion Hotel, or the à la carte menu at The Lion & Pheasant Hotel. All have quality accommodation if you want to make a real night of it.

If you’re looking for Italian, Mexican, Spanish, Indian or in fact any other type of cuisine, Shrewsbury can fit the bill. From La Dolce Vita and Carluccio’s to Cantina Cafe, Tex-Mex bar and grill. There are simply too many restaurants in Shrewsbury to mention by name.

We also have plenty of foodie shops and delicatessens, from Shrewsbury’s indoor market hall to Appleyards on Wyle Cop so you can take a slice of Shropshire home with you. Regular famers markets are also held in the Square.

Shrewsbury’s Food Festival is growing in popularity every year – if you love good food and drink make sure you pay a visit. Held in the Quarry Park and around the town in June (check event dates here), where there are scores of restaurants and dozens of producers to suit all tastes and budgets.

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