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Eating Out

Pubs and Restaurants Nearby*

The George at Woolley.  Less than 0.5m away.  Map and directions here. You can get breakfast, lunch and dinner here. Beer garden. T: 01225 865650 https://thegeorgebradfordonavon.co.uk/

Merkins Café:  (Interesting name if you look Merkins up) It’s a short walk over the fields. Map and directions here. Extensive outside seating. Good for breakfast and lunch at a reasonable price. https://www.merkinsfarm.com

Woolley Grange Hotel: Beautiful Jacobean house with gardens 100m away.  You can get spa treatments here too.  No actual bar, but high quality restaurant. T: 01225 864705 https://www.woolleygrangehotel.co.uk/

The Grapes:  Silver Street.  Really good food and nice atmosphere.  T: 01225 938088 https://www.thebunchofgrapes.com/book/

The Bear: Silver Street.  Traditional pub serving a range of burgers and pies .  T: 01225 862356

Pablo’s Bistro:  Lamb Yard:  Tapas restaurant.  Superb food but cosy- so need to book. Some tables outside. T:  01225 866823        https://www.pablostapas.com/book

Ravello: St Margaret’s Street. Medieval building and really good Italian food. T:  01225 781666  https://www.ravelloboa.co.uk/menu

The Weaving Shed: Modern restaurant where you can get a gourmet burger.  On the riverside with outdoor tables. T: 01225 866519 https://www.weaving-shed.co.uk/

Il Ponte:  Italian restaurant, Cheaper than Ravello,  On the riverside with outdoor tables. T: 01225 938284  https://www.ilponterestaurant.co.uk/

Pizzeria Amici: Silver Street. Very intimate and friendly Italian restaurant:  T: 01225 863661 https://www.pizzeriaamiciboa.com/

Olea: Lamb Yard. Bradford’s newest restaurant. Up-market Turkish food -recommended. On the riverside with outdoor tables. T: 01225 867605  https://oleamediterranean.co.uk/

Timbrell’s Yard: St Margaret’s Street. Close to the river.  Buzzing bar and formal restaurant.  Classy. Large outdoor area. T: 01225 869492  https://timbrellsyard.com/

The Dandy Lion :  Market Street.  Pub serving food. T: 01225 863433            www.thedandylionboa.co.uk  T: 01225 862115

Three Horseshoes:  Frome Road. Real drinkers pub. Live music a weekends. Lively. T: 01225 865876

Boat House:  Trowbridge Road.  Overlooks canal and basin.  Large family pub with reasonably priced food. Outside tables looking over canal. Live music on occasion.   T: 01225 309318  http://www.boathouse.pub/food-and-drink

The Barge Inn: Frome Road. Has beer garden onto the canal. Restaurant and pub.   T: 01225 863403 https://thebargeinn.org/

The Dog and Fox Inn: Ashley Rd. Pub and restaurant with local feel of a country pub.  T: 01225 862137   http://dogandfoxinn.com/

Canal Tavern:  Frome Road.  Newly refurbished with outside tables.  Standard pub food.  T: 01225 866100 https://www.canaltavern.co.uk/index

The Long Arms:   South Wraxall   Upmarket Michelin star restaurant/pub in a nearby village. T: 01225 864450 https://www.thelongsarms.com/

Cross Guns Avoncliff:  A short walk down the canal. Stunning outlook on to aqueduct.  Pub and restaurant. Outside tables. T: 01225 862335 https://crossgunsavoncliff.com

The Castle Inn: 15 mins walk. Mount Pleasant.  Good atmosphere and restaurant.  Just reopened (June 21) under new owners. T: 01225 865657 https://www.thecastleinnboa.co.uk/

Lock Inn Café.  Frome Road.   Right on the canal and locks.  Brilliant for breakfast. Outside tables. T: 01225 868068 https://www.thelockinn.co.uk/

The Coffee Barn:  Next to Tithe Barn. Small café with excellent home cooked food.  T: 01225 920110 https://www.thecoffeebarnboa.com/

Canal Trust Café:  Right on the lock where you can watch the shenanigans of the amateur boaters:  01225 868683 https://www.canaltrustcafe.co.uk/

Maharaja:  Frome Road.  Best Indian food locally. Small but friendly. Can get a takeaway here. T: 01225 866424 http://www.themaharajarestaurant.co.uk/

The Swan:   Market Street.  16th Century serving home cooked Thai cuisine. Some outside tables T: 01225 868686 https://www.theswanbradford.co.uk/

Thai Barn:  St Margaret’s St. Highly recommended authentic Thai menu. Garden tables outside T: 01225 866443  https://www.thaibarn.co.uk/menu

The Bridge Tea Rooms:   Victorian tearoom complete with period-dressed staff. In superb circa 1507 building. https://www.thebridgetearooms.co.uk/

The Old Ham Tree:  In the adjacent village of Holt. Good, well priced food in a traditional friendly village pub. Beer garden. T: 01225 782581 https://www.theoldhamtree.com/


*Please check opening status directly with the establishment as some of these venues may still be shut or have restricted opening hours due to COVID-19.

V1.08 June 2023