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Bars and Pubs

If you like to listen to new music in very old venues, mix mojitos in cool cocktail lounges or join a real ale trail, then you really will be spoilt for choice for original night-time finds in Shrewsbury.

Across town there are mixologists and talented bartenders waiting to take your order.

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Shrewsbury’s latest addition to the late night entertainment! Fever & Boutique is the brand new twin room venue with fantastic booths to reserve. Fever & Boutique serves a great variety of refreshing cocktails, with lots of special deals, as well as the usual range of spirits and ice cold beers. They also offer an array of drinks packages for parties, which can be booked in advance. DJs play music to every taste, creating the perfect atmosphere for everyone to have a fantastic night.

Please see website for more details.

The Albion Vaults is a traditional inn, conveniently situated a stone's throw from the railway station. The pub has a pleasant atmosphere, great choice of beers and real ales, as well as bar lunches and Sunday specials. Rooms are comfortable and cosy.

The Wheatsheaf is a traditional pub, situated in an original half-timbered building on Shrewsbury High Street. The pub has gradually expanded its choice of real ales and fine wines and now offers something for everyone. The pub's award winning chef prides himself on providing freshly prepared food from local produce. Each dish is prepared to order, and there is a specials menu which changes regularly. The pub has a great range of guest ales, as well as about 35 different wines from around the world.

The Shrewsbury Hotel is located opposite the Welsh Bridge and River Severn. It is a J D Wetherspoon hotel, offering superb quality, choice and value, in food, drink and accommodation. The hotel has 22 individual bedrooms, many with a river view. All rooms are en-suite and include hot drink making facilities, a hair dryer and television. Free Wi-Fi is available in the bar.

There is free on-site parking for guests who are staying overnight, subject to availability.

Please see website for opening hours.

Blind Tiger is an independently run bar based in a characterful timbered 17th-century building. Semi- hidden behind the facade of another building suits this clandestine speakeasy style bar with its low-lighting, cosy corners, comfy seating, excellent music - steeped in atmosphere and history.

Offering specialist cocktails as well as craft and world beers, Blind Tiger is must-visit on a night out. Or visit on Sunday for board games.

OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY FROM 5PM TO CLOSE

OPEN SAT AND SUN FROM 12PM TO CLOSE

Cromwell's Hotel, Restaurant and Bar offers high quality, en-suite accommodation in Shrewsbury town centre, as well as contemporary food, fine wines and real ales in traditional English surroundings. With a lively bar, atmospheric oak-panelled restaurant, buzzing walled patio garden and quirky bedrooms, Cromwell's is full of character. The hotel has six en-suite rooms, each retaining its historical context while offering all the modern comforts you'd expect, including Wi-Fi and flat screen TVs.

Chez Sophie is a French Creperie-cafe-bar run by an Anglo-French couple with a passion for Crepes, Belgian Waffles & Shakes, prepared fresh with original toppings and regular limited edition specials. Add in an edgy, hipster-friendly decor, and irresistible Belgian Hot Chocolates and you have one of Shrewsbury's favourite eateries. 

Weekend evenings see Chez Sophie become a specialist Beer Cafe, stocking the most extensive range of draft and bottled world beer in Shropshire, all hand-picked by the cafes resident Beer Sommelier and co-owner Mat.

Named after a Shropshire naval hero, the Admiral Benbow is conveniently situated in the heart of this historic market town. Its offering includes award winning real ales, ciders and a great variety of fine wines and whiskeys. There is a selection of guest ales from established local breweries available throughout the summer months.

An open fire in winter and outdoor seating all year round mean that the Admiral Benbow quite literally extends a warm welcome to all!

The Old Post Office on Milk Street is a traditional family pub & hotel, serving an excellent menu throughout the day. There are six beautifully furnished guest bedrooms, as well as a function room which is available for private parties. The Old Post Office hosts regular live music and events, including a pub quiz. The characterful Grade II Listed building still retains many of its original features. The pub offers a wide range of traditional cask ales and home-cooked food.

Please see website for menus and opening hours.

The Armoury is a traditional pub restaurant in a delightful riverside location, next to the Welsh Bridge and just a short walk from many of the town's attractions. It offers a menu of fresh, British food as well as a selection of cask ales. The interior of the Armoury is warm and cosy, while massive bookcases add to the atmosphere and charm of the building. The Armoury has outdoor seating overlooking the river, which is perfect for the summer months.

Please see website for menus and opening hours.

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