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The owners of Tasca Dali have created a warm, romantic, inviting atmosphere in a very small space. Sit at the bar and enjoy a glass of fine wine, taking in the cozy ambiance. One look at their tapas menu, and you'll want to sample everything: pork cheeks with chorizo and beans, mini lamb burgers, Spanish cheeses, and delectable desserts are just a few of the items featured.
Named after a local philanthropist, The Thomas Lloyd has a long history in Warwick. This is a family-friendly establishment, but children are only allowed in the pub until 9p. Enjoy drinks, food, and a friendly atmosphere at this local hangout. There's plenty of outdoor seating, in case you're with a large group. Get a true taste of the region by spending an evening at this historic pub.
Located centrally in Warwick, New Bowling Green pub building dates back to the 15th Century. This beautiful Tudor structure is only a few minutes walking distance from the Warwick rail station and the historic Warwick Castle. Slate floors, classic wooden beams and log fires welcome you at New Bowling Green. At this vibrant pub, you get to enjoy real ales and amazing food in a relaxed atmosphere. During winters, you can unwind beside the open fire even as you sip on your favorite poison. Some of the real ales served here include Wells Bombardier and Wells Eagle IPA.
Situated on the old Smith Street, The Roebuck is in close proximity to the renowned Warwick Castle. One of the oldest pubs of this city, Roebuck is a popular haunt among the locals for its extensive array of drinks and food options. The atmosphere at this pub is relaxed and casual while the staff is extremely friendly and courteous. The Roebuck boasts of an exhaustive list of real ales which cater to varied tastes. Some real ales served here include Green King IPA, Theakstons Dark, Deuchars IPA and Bombadier. The Roebuck also provides off-site catering services.
How would you like a free escort home after a hugely satisfying meal? Sounds unbelievable, but Robbie's offers just that; well, provided you're headed anywhere within a 10 mile radius of the establishment. Tucked into a 15th century building, the restaurant plays host to an ever-changing line of dishes, all unique creations of a single chef. The staff is cheerful and the chef moves around, greeting patrons. The a la carte menu has specialties, such as Braised Ham Hock and Pan-seared Duck Breast, while the Mango and Ginger Crème Brulée slides down with ease.
Housed inside one of Warwick's oldest structures dating back to 1500, The Millwright Arms pub is an excellent place to unwind and relax. At this pub, you get to enjoy homemade traditional fare. This pub sources its products from local suppliers and uses finest ingredients. This pub features a nice, friendly atmosphere and it also has a wonderful garden open to its guests in summer. The Millwright Arms pub boasts of an extensive selection of cask ales.