The Kings Head is an eatery, bar & beer garden just a stones throw away from the historic Commandery, our beer garden adjacent to the canal, 5 minutes walk from Worcester’s city centre.
The last battle of the Civil war was actually fought in Worcester on the 3rd of September 1651, where the Sidbury Gate was stormed and defeated by Oliver Cromwell and the Parliamentarian troops just a short distance away from The Kings Head doors. You can still see the troops armour and helmets on the Sidbury bridge just between us and the Commandery Civil War headquarters.
Now in more modern times The Kings Head stands as an eatery, bar & beer garden with 2 function rooms for private use or conferences and meetings. We also have a popular conservatory which we utilize with live music, open mic and other entertainment. We are child and dog friendly, and ask children and dogs to look responsibly after their parents.
We provide -locally sourced where possible- fresh food daily from main menu for lunch and dinner, a daytime menu including light bites and sandwiches as well as our traditional Sunday lunch.
The bar is situated right in the middle of The Kings Head and is the central hub to the operation. The bar serves draught lagers, craft ales, a fine selection of wines, spirits and soft drinks. So for whatever occasion whether it be a light lunch, a romantic evening, a family day out, a business meeting or presentation or just a coffee and a chat, The Kings Head is the place you need to visit