Pubs and Bars in Warrington
From cool, cutting-edge hangouts to homely, relaxed venues; the city caters to all tastes. From the microbrewery pubs making beer in their basements to bottle shops where you can drink in or take away.
We’re the number one pub in Stockton Heath & Appleton and sit right on the bank of the Bridgewater canal. Our unique Stockton Quays Terrace is the perfect environment to relax and take in the views with friends and family, and enjoy the best British pub food in the area.
The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party was unveiled in Warrington Market Place in 1984. The large granite sculpture is a tribute to Lewis Carroll (real name Charles Lutwidge Dodgson) who was born at nearby Daresbury in 1832. The Mad Hatter features in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, published in 1865, and its equally popular sequel Through the Looking Glass.
Set in the picturesque village of Hollins Green its hard to believe you are just 13 miles from Manchester city centre. The Black Swan pub and dining rooms offers a welcome escape from the pressures of everyday life.