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Worcestershire is a hidden foodie gem, with much of England’s fresh produce produced here in our beautiful County – we benefit from award winning restaurants who use locally sourced produce to create fantastic traditional dishes as well as exciting new meals to tantalise the taste buds.

Worcestershire is a mix of the old and the new and this is also true of its eating establishments: throughout the county you can find numerous traditional pubs complete with wooden beams and cosy interiors serving home cooked food, real ales and fine wines. The county is also host to many hotels and restaurants which provide a quality contemporary dining experience, as well as several wine and cocktail bars.

Quaint and cosy cafes abound where you can enjoy a slice of cake or afternoon tea and you can experience some of Worcestershire’s local produce by visiting one of its farms shops. Worcestershire is also home to several cookery schools for those wishing to perfect their culinary techniques. So if are exploring Worcestershire, make sure you leave with a ‘taste’ of everything we have to offer. Below are a few handy guides to make sure you maximise your stay. Enjoy.

Eat like a Local – Worcester City

Astley’s Vineyard

Amazing Vineyard Tour where you can sample local wines.

Make it Worcestershire

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  • Kidderminster

    Once a thriving carpet factory, the Stour Vale Mill is now the only Museum of Carpet in the country. A centre of heritage, art and industry the museum celebrates the history of carpet design, the evolution of carpet manufacture and the heritage of those who worked in local industry through live demonstrations and clever interactives.
  • Worcester

    Fresh food | Great cocktails | Dog friendly
    Enjoy Mediterranean food, family-friendly dining, local cask ales and Sunday roasts. Ego at Manor Farm is ideal for large groups, special occasions, family celebrations and intimate dining.
  • Evesham

    Lifesize Dinosaurs | Travel on our Dino Land Train | Discover fossils in our Dino Barn
    An all-weather family attraction with amazing animals, our ‘Step through Time’ dinosaur experience, and plenty of other indoor and outdoor activities!
  • Worcester

    A beautiful 30 acre garden for all tastes and ages offering one of the largest private collections of plants outside the major botanical gardens. Enjoy glorious gardens, a deer park and wonderful Tea Room serving lunches and afternoon teas.
  • Worcester

    Idyllic English country pub with wonderful gardens large patio, safe play area and camping and caravan pitches available. Delicious home cooked food and great beer.
  • Bromsgrove

    Becketts have been farming in Wythall, south Birmingham, for 80 years. Our mission is to bring fresh food and farming closer to our customers. We now comprise of a Farm Shop, Family Restaurant, Conference Facility and Cookery School.
  • Worcester

    Quirky, eccentric and playful the Cosy Club offers informal casual dining, drinking and lounging in a family friendly environment. From a lazy breakfast to evening cocktails, or a light lunch to a hefty burger, we’re here all day.
  • Redditch

    Whether enjoying a romantic dinner for two in the Restaurant, a family gathering, lunch with a colleague or just relaxing on the terrace for an afternoon tea, we will ensure your dining experience is everything you expect it should be.
  • Redditch

    Oscars Restaurant and the Garden Bar boast some magnificent views overlooking the mature gardens and woodlands adding a relaxed atmosphere to your dining experience.
  • Droitwich

    National Trust parkland setting for William and Mary style country house with 18th Century gardens.
  • Upton upon Severn

    We have sailing, canoeing and windsurfing tuition, by qualified instructors on our own lake. We have day tickets for spectators and a picnic area.
  • Broadway

    Set in a stunning location with plenty of comfortable seating, the Morris and Brown cafe is an ideal place to meet...
  • Worcester

    Exhibition and sale of contemporary ceramic art and craft, paintings, picture framing and cafe.
  • Bromsgrove

    Beautiful 200 year old barns converted into 12 craft studio workshops, plant shop, daytime farmhouse restaurant, craft gallery and gift shop. Superb landscape gardens with stunning views of the Malverns.
  • Bromsgrove

    DZG is unique . . . a zoo with hundreds of animals set around an 11th century castle incorporating the world’s largest single collection of Tecton buildings all sited on a 40-acre wooded hillside with a rich geological history.

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