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LIVE 24-SEVEN LOVELY PUBS DINING OUTDOORS


The warmer months present a welcome opportunity to dine and socialise outdoors and the Lovely Pubs Group are highly regarded for their unique, indoor and outdoor dining and drinking experiences, boasting a distinctive style all of their own.


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GET CREATIVE. . .


Each season challenges the talented Lovely Pubs teams to get creative with fabulous new menus that boast carefully sourced seasonal ingredients. Prepared and served with a Lovely Pubs flair, their curated menu of old classics with a contemporary twist, new dishes and daily fish specials draws customers back, time and again. Their creative flair doesn't stop at the food; alongside hand-selected wines, beers and cask ales, the inventive Gin Cocktail list harnesses the freshest fruits and enticing twists, making choosing a favourite simply impossible.


ALFRESCO DINING: TERRACE & TEEPEE STYLE. . .


All seven venues set a stylish tone, boasting their own identity within a unified Lovely Pubs theme; the place to be seen and to dine, drink and socialise with friends. During the summer months their alfresco offering comes alive with heated terraces that make eating outdoors a pleasure, whilst their Party Teepees in selected venues serve up tailored canapé menus and are the perfect host for your summer soirée.


MAGNIFICENT SEVEN!


If you've yet to experience every venue in the group, you're missing a treat!


The Orange Tree at Chadwick End features a lovely private dining space, as do all venues, as well as a generous Teepee with fire pit in case the evening chills down. Set in lovely grounds, it's a popular place to eat and be seen every day of the week.


Pop along to The Boot in Lapworth, within easy reach of Solihull, Knowle and the NEC, and you'll experience the perfect country pub atmosphere. Blending old with new, the wine cellar has the pick of the best from around the world and as well as a dining terrace, the Teepee can be booked right up until October.


Staying with Warwickshire you can choose from several other venues in the group, not least The Moat House in Alcester. With gorgeous colourful décor and an extensive alfresco offering to include Teepee, it's famous for its grills, steaks from their wood fired oven and authentic Italian pizzas.


A short drive to Stratford-upon-Avon and you arrive at


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A SUMMER OF FUN LOVE LY PUBS


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