Wrexham has an abundance of great, local food & drink.
Our area is undergoing a food & drink renaissance with dynamic chefs thriving with the availability of brilliant local produce and craft ales on our doorstep.
Poke your head into one of our many gastropubs around the County, along with our hotels and restaurants and you'll be amazed by the quality on offer all year round.
From the award winning Michelin rated Hand at Llanarmon under the stewardship of Head Chef Grant Mulholland, the thriving town centre based Lemon Tree, the Fat Boar (Jamie Jones), The Shippon at the Plassey, The West Arms in Llanarmon (Grant Williams) and the newly opened Three Eagles in Llangollen (head chef Adam Gaunt-Evans) to the lesser known but equally fantastic cafes such as Lot 11 Cafe & Hideout (Hill St), King Street Coffee (Bus Station), Bank Street Social and the new food & drink offer at Ty Pawb (Plat Bach, Just Desserts and Curry on the Go)!
We also have top-notch breweries too - from the worldwide brand Wrexham Lager (served on the Titanic - it went down well!), to micro breweries such as the Big Hand. We also can't forget the CAMRA award winning Bridge End Inn in Ruabon, a hit with real ale fans from all over the UK all year round or the popular Buck House Hotel in Bangor on Dee with its warm hospitality and draft ales.
Our foodie scene is growing - and on these pages were happy to share with you details of these gastronomic gems throughout the County - just so that you've got every excuse to return over and over again!
Here's a few of the best - all of whom are tourism ambassadors for the area and work to source the freshest local produce!