The latest edition of the ‘A Flavour Of Life’ magazine is now available and full of information to help you find the best entertainment and dining experiences with the Worcestershire, Warwickshire and West Midlands area.
You can either read it right here or request a hard copy to be sent to you.
Whether it is for something to eat or if you are looking for some entertainment.
The new licensees are Scoff & Quaff Holdings who already operate six successful bar and restaurant venues across the Midlands in The Swan – Whittington, The Ewe & Lamb – Bromsgrove, The Kings Head Bar + Grill – Worcester, The Tivoli – Cheltneham and The Leopard – Bishops Tachbrook.
The pub is open seven days a week and serves food daily including a variety of quality fresh meat, fish, vegetarian dishes and English classics, alongside premium draught lagers, real ales and a superb selection of wines.
The all new Leopard delivers an exciting unique eating and drinking concept to Bishops Tachbrook which we’re sure you’ll be delighted with!
The pub and restaurant has now been taken over and extensively refurbished by the Scoff & Quaff management team and owners behind the highly successful bars and restaurants in the The Swan – Whittington, The Ewe & Lamb – Bromsgrove, The Kings Head Bar + Grill – Worcester, The Tivoli – Cheltneham and The Crown & Sandys – Ombersley.
The Stag at Redhill is located in the heart of Warwickshire’s beautiful countryside, on the A46 between Stratford and Alcester and just 3 minutes from Stratford-upon-Avon. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout and plenty of free parking.
For an incredible à la carte menu filled with fantastic fresh and seasonal seafood dishes, you need look no further than our Loch Fyne restaurant in Kenilworth – a superbly welcoming environment and unbeatable food for all tastes.
Set Menu available everyday until 6pm.
Our roots are firmly in Loch Fyne on the west coast of Scotland, and we have become famous all over the country for our sustainably sourced fresh and delicious seafood.
Much of the shellfish and smoked fish served in our restaurants still comes direct from the loch and is delivered so fresh you can taste the fresh spring water that tumbles down from the surrounding mountains when you tuck into a delicious Loch Fyne oyster!