From fine dining, to brewery tours, Coventry has something for everyone. Find all the most frequently asked questions answered here.
Whether you’re looking for a family meal out, or a romantic dinner for two, historic Coventry has plenty of food and drink fun.
Reconnect with friends or treat someone you love to a sophisticated afternoon tea. Coventry is full of fun food places that serve up a traditional teatime treat.
Indulge yourself even further by adding a spa treatment to your day, before or after your afternoon tea.
Coventry’s beer scene has long been touted as a UK favourite, which is why the local breweries often open their doors so visitors can discover the hoppy, malty secrets of Coventry craft beer.
Award-winning Dhillons Brewery combines traditional and modern. It offers a tour and tasting session so you can sample some of your new favourite drinks near you.
Close by to Coventry you’ll find more breweries offering tours with bonus tasting opportunities:
Whether you’re catching up with friends or dazzling a date, Coventry’s bar scene moves with a modern twist, offering cosmopolitan food and drink in some stylish settings.
Bayley Lane Kitchen and Bar serves a wide selection of drinks to accompany any meal. If you want to make a night of it and enjoy some food with your drinks, the banking quarter has plenty of memorable venues.
If you want to bring the bar back home, Crush Cocktail Bars offer a bar hire service, which means you can throw your own stylish party with elegant drinks.
The best Coventry bars cater to all kinds, our best advice is just to get out there and see what’s on offer.
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With your average London local pub hosting a more impressive range of single malts than a dedicated whisky bar would have done 15 or 20 years ago, the very best places have therefore had to step up their game significantly to stay ahead of the pack. So the following don’t just serve good whisky, they also offer a particularly extensive selection, backed up by especially knowledgeable or enthusiastic service, that make them a must-visit destination for whisky lovers.