We’re pleased to announce that we have been crowned the UK’s ‘Best Newcomer’ in the 2012 Great British Pub Awards Great British Pub Awards ‘Best Newcomer‘ and were runner up in ’Newcomer of the year’ in the Top 50 Gastropub awards!
We won BEST FOOD + BEST NEWCOMER in the 2012 Daniel Thwaites Awards for Excellence and were shortlisted for BEST PUB DINING in the 2013 Awards!
Read about us in our Lancashire Life article- click here
We are looking forward to the longer days and warmth of Spring and will launch our new season menu in April!
We’re serving you the best locally sourced and seasonal Pennine foods using traditional recipes so you can experience the best in Lancashire pub grub and hospitality! You’ll find our home-grown vegetables in some of our dishes and know that you are eating as locally as possible as we’re committed to reducing food miles and serving high quality fresh and seasonal produce. You can enjoy some of our current locally inspired dishes including Bury Black Pudding Scotch Egg (with home-grown gem lettuce), Goosnargh chicken and ham hock pie with Lancashire cheese crust and our delicious root vegetable hotpot with braised red cabbage. We’ve been awarded the ‘Best Food’ accolade in the Daniel Thwaites 2012 Award for Excellence and were runner up as ’Newcomer of the year’ in Top 50 Gatsropubs 2013! We were also pleased to be listed in the Independent’s top 50 Sunday Roasts in the UK!
Click here for our sample menu.
You’ll find a great range of good quality cask ales as we’re working alongside Daniel Thwaites to provide top quality ales including Wainwright, Lancaster Bomber, Thwaites Original and guest and seasonal specials when available. We’re now on the East Lancs Rail Ale Trail- click here for more information! To complement our tasty grub, we’ve put together a great value wine list with a selection of great grapes from around the world.
Click here to get slurping and view our wine list!
You can be pleased that your custom is helping to tackle youth unemployment. Our social enterprise EAT Pennines trains and employs young people aged 16-25 to make sure that they have the skills and experience to move into work or further training in the food sector. Chris and Justine tell their story with a short video. Click here to see their story. We work with a wide range of young people, but are also committed to helping those at most disadvantage in the work place, including young offenders and young people with a disability.
We’ve been awarded ‘Highly commended’ in the 2012 Lancashire Telegraph Business Awards for our social and community focus!
Click here for more information on our training opportunities.
Monday: Closed (Opening 7 days from Spring 2013- watch this space!)
Tuesday: Closed (Opening 7 days from Spring 2013- watch this space!)
Wednesday: 12-3, 5-11.00 (Food served 12-2.30, 5-9)
Thursday: 12-3, 5-11.00 (Food served 12-2.30, 5-9)
Friday: 12-11.00 (Food served 12-2.30, 5-9.30)
Saturday: 12-11.00 (Food served 12-9.30)
Sunday: 12-7.00 (Food served 12-7, Sunday lunch menu only)
Wanting to book a table? Click here or call 01706 557181 (Please do call us if you are wanting to book a table on the day or at short notice)