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A -Z of p of pla pl laces to e at an d dr


Discover W orcester ’ s coolest and quirkiest places to eat, drink and be seen.


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Wheat Beers, Saisons or Lambic Beer s, tryHoplords Ta Taproom and B ottle Sh op on Pump Street, then he ad t o Te Paul Pry onT e Butts for a ran ge of beers from all over the world. V Te Oil B asin on Copenhagen Street and grab a pizza fromChad’s Smashery next door to enjoy with your dr ink.


Whe Vis it


TE NIGHT AND DESSERTS Indulge in the City’s pop ular dessert evening w ith a host of delectable h andm ade


ATE N Nicholas Street ful DVENTUROUS


Bring out your adventur ous side this summer with a s pot of camping under the star s;


pull on yo y ur walking boots and enj oy some delicious s’mor es.Moun tain arehous e,K nowles Travelgoods andKnowles Sp orts on Broad Stre et , and Black s on the Shambles, have everything you need to equip y ou for your next trip to the great outdoors .


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NVIRONMENTALTA


Committed to sustainabilityty? H ead to Broad Street and visit Bo ston Tea Party; the first café to s top the


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single use of cups, encouraging cust omers to bring in their own cup or to take p art in their loan a cup sc heme.Te Hiv e on Te Butts also gives you double s tamps on your loyalty card for remember ing your trav


avel m ug. Be the Chang e in th e


Get your all-day brunc h fix at Yar d on Foreg ate


Street with everyone’s favour ite h”


Waylaylands Y h”. Or


r, if you’re look ing


for something sweet, try panc akes stacked with bacon, fruit and s yrup fromB ills in Crowngate W


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start your morning w ith the famous “Sunshine Bloo dy Mar y” at Globe Bistro on Friar Street or join All Bar One’s bottomless brunc h club in Cathe dral Square – perfect for a lazy Sunday.


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beers room


Drop by a local brewery ta . If you like speci ty , be it India P ale Ales,


ality ap


Cornmarket offers trea ts for those who take their own containers for a takeaway lunch and, if you’re sick of plastic- wrapped broccoli in your supermark ets, he ad toHousewives Choic e on Church Street for fresh, naked fruit and veg .


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Worcester boasts a fab ulous collection of fine dining eater ies, inc luding the new Centen ary


INE DINING Wor


You can enjoy Italian home-cookin g at Benedicto s in Sidbur y, Sug o on Friar Stree t or Valen


hy not have an indulg ent


Loung e onTe Cross which ser ves delicious dishes and creative cock tails. Yo


Valentino s on Foregate Stre et,


or get date night tap as at TeOl ive Bran ch on Church Street. For a spe cial occasion, wh


dinner at the Michelin guide inc luded fying Hous e onNorth Parade.


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swe ets at Nes t in the Royal Porc elain Works. Fancy an afternoon trea t? Pop in to Cre ams on St N


for the ultimate waffles orDelightful Dess erts on College Str eet for gela to! Te perfect way


y to cool off this summer.


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Works Worcester’s top gin-mak ing experience. Alternatively, wh y not vis Tonic Gin B ar on Foregate Street to experience their impressiv e gin bar that offers more than 100 varieties.


, W y not v it ERITAGE TAGE


Sp end a mornin g at Te Comman der y in Sidbur y , where you can exp erience


the past brought to life in a be autiful building with an 800-year hist ory. Te Commandery is most famous for being


Discover Worc rc IN MAKING


Blend your own b otanical masterpie ce with Pistons G in in the Royal Porc elain


the Royalist Headquarters dur ing the deciding battle of the English Civil W – they also serve a great range of snac ks in their c afé,Commandery Coffee.


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NSTAGRAM-WOR INDEPENDENTS


TAGRAM-WORTHY


For the best Instagram-worthy pla tes the cit


y ty can pro vide, wh hy not vis it


the legend aryHanba o on Foreg ate Street. Te burgers are out of this w orld. Try their ‘Daddy Yank aged patties and lucky


Yankee’; tw yo tw o double y charms, topp ed


off with a pop tart. Te indep endent Friar Street Kitchen is the destin ation if y u want locally sourced foo d – we recommend the skillet steak.


J UICE


Get your five-a-day with a j uice hit . B ills in Crowngate sells nutr itious smoothies or get a fresh oran ge in


Coffe e #1 on P ump Stre et. Pret A Mang er andMarks and Spencer , both onH igh Street, sell fresh juices, ready to take a ay away..


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Worcester ceste cester


This FREE event is for all the family takes place throughout the city centre.


ly and akes place throughout the city centre. FOOD OO O 27th & 28th July DRINK D DRII K ly 2019 IDS


If you’re out with the kids in t ow, there are lots of family-friendly restauran ts in the cit


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in Cathedral Square, has an orien tal buffet with plates a Auntie Em’s T


availa ble for tin


n the cit for tin


ny tums to o. Tearoom, in City Arca de,


has a brilliant play area for yo ur little ones to use while the grown-ups indul ge in afternoon tea or a coffee and a sandwich.


IVE MUSIC Man


ny of W Worcester’s most-


popular bars host live m usic and t. T


entertainmen Top m usic hot


away or chill out to something acous tic, or even take to the stage yours elf at one of the city


sp ots include Drummon ds, Bottle s , andTe Brick R o omonNew Stre et or Paradiddle s in Sidbury– dance the ni ght aw


y’s popular open mic nights (wanna be musicians - skip to O for more info!)


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