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Historic pub becomes


InTroDucInG The nag’s Head at Haughton, near Tarporley… cheshire’s new premium pub dining experience with menus created by highly renowned celebrity chef - nigel Haworth.


The acclaimed Lancashire-based premium


food pub group, ribble Valley Inns, are bringing their signature brand of fine, local and seasonal ingredients, to the heart of cheshire.


The nag’s Head, in the cheshire hamlet of Haughton Moss has been standing since 1680, so it’s seen some history in its time… now, with menus created by Michelin star chef nigel Haworth, it’s about to be transformed into the county’s finest food pub.


The nag’s Head is the group’s first site in


cheshire. The choice of location reflects their passion for historic, unique and beautiful settings, and readily available, high quality produce.


The Grade II listed building started life in the 17th century as a local smithy and inn, and is undergoing a loving restoration by the team, which has so far exposed some beautiful, previously hidden features including Victorian tiled floors and original 17th century beams.


As quintessentially English as a pub can be, The


nag’s Head will represent everything that a fine cheshire pub should. The bowling green, kitchen garden, and large al fresco dining space (seating up to 100 covers) will be the perfect place to celebrate the great British summer, whilst the 4


crackling open log fires inside make it the ideal winter dining and drinking destination too. From cocktails on the lawn to hearty meals by the fire, The nag’s Head will truly be a gastro haven for all seasons.


The pub will service 150 covers in total with the fabulous outdoor area creating plenty of additional al fresco dining too. Inside the rooms will be beautifully redesigned, in partnership with the award-winning, chester-based designers Lister carter, to make the most of the history, setting and space.


Parking will be plentiful, with not even the horses


forgotten - the team are planning a neat set of horse bays where equestrian diners can park up (it is the nag’s Head after all!).


HoWEVEr, THE rEAL HEArT of THE Pub WILL bE THE kITcHEn.


north West food hero nigel Haworth himself has


worked with Head chef Michael carter to create a menu that celebrates the local larder, the seasons, and excellent, artisan ingredients. These aren’t 21st century buzzwords to this team. nigel has been doing this for 30 years and his commitment and passion for food and the north West is paramount to his success, and held in high regard within the industry. nigel and Michael have met and carefully selected the suppliers for The nag’s Head, which are mainly from the cheshire region.


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