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Wrexham has an abundance of great, local food & drink. The area is undergoing a food & drink renaissance with dynamic chefs thriving with the availability of brilliant local produce and craft ales on our doorstep.​

We've listed all of those places that we recommend to eat in the County below...


Bank Street Social

Bank St, Wrexham, LL11 1AH

Welcome to Bank Street Social in Wrexham, where socializing meets great coffee and a selection of over 80 craft beers.


Caffi Cyfle @ Alyn Waters

Alyn Waters Country Park, Mold Rd, Wrexham, LL11 4AG

Caffi Cyfle is a place where we create delicious, seasonal and wholesome foods that everyone can enjoy as well as providing inclusive opportunities for the wider community to participate in work and volunteering programmes. It is a place to appreciate nutritious mouth-watering food at affordable prices in the wonderful setting of Alyn Waters Country Park. Our emphasis is on using fresh, sustainably sourced local ingredients and supporting Welsh suppliers.

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Carniboar Steakhouse

High St, Wrexham, LL13 8HY

Set right in the middle of Wrecsam, we want to bring you everything you expect from us at The Fat Boar, fresh food, great service with innovative cocktails & the best gin & rum you'll find. All that, but with a slightly more meaty feel!

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Fat Boar Wrexham

Yorke St, Wrexham, LL13 8LW

The Fat Boar, Wrecsam is a stunning independent restaurant and bar in the heart of the town. You’re as welcome to drop in for a drink as you are to dine. We’ve got a range of speciality coffees, a range of real ales, an extensive wine list, cocktails and a huge list of gins as well as everything you’d usually find behind a bar, all served in stylish, comfortable surroundings by our friendly and knowledgable staff.

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Lot 11

Hill St, Wrexham, LL11 1SN

LOT 11 is a cafe located in the heart of the thriving North Wales town, Wrexham. LOT 11 specialises in brunch Australian style food served all day and freshly ground coffee available to sit in or takeaway. LOT 11 is a stunning venue frequently used for private parties and also goes offsite for catering corporate and private events. 

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Magic Dragon Brewery

Charles St, Wrexham, LL13 8BT

Magic Dragon Brewery Tap is a cask ale and craft beer bar mainly serving beers from Magic Dragon Brewing but also has guest beers, lager, welsh cider and spirits. It has just received the Chester & South Clwyd Pub of the Year award.

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Pontcysyllte Chapel Tearoom

Bryn Seion Chapel, Station Rd, Trevor, Llangollen, LL20 7TP

Situated adjacent to the world heritage site Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, we are a very large tearoom with the former chapel. The building is grade 2 listed and built from local made red brick. The internal renovation had given the building a new lease of Life and definitely the ‘wow’ factor.

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Tea with Sheep

Rossett, Wrexham

Come and join us and enjoy an afternoon tea and meet the friendly sheep. Whilst mingling with the sheep you will have the opportunity to feed, brush and cuddle them. At the moment we also have the chance to feed the baby lambs on bottles! We cannot wait to see ewe!!!

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The Boat at Erbistock

The Boat at, Erbistock, LL13 0DL

We are fairly classic riverside pub restaurant not far from Overton on Dee. Independently owned, we cater for locals and visitors alike and are steadily building a reputation that has people travelling from up to 2 hrs away.

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The Turf

Mold Road, Wrexham, LL11 2AH

The world-famous Turf is a pub located approximately half a mile from Wrexham Town centre. A home for both locals and international visitors - landlord Wayne will welcome you and happily chat about the proud links to Wrexham football club, displaying past and present legions shirts, photographs, autographs and achievements


To^st Café and Deli

Charles St, Wrexham, LL13 8BT

We are an award winning cafe and deli situated in the heart of Wrexham city centre. We specialise in all things toasted including grilled cheese sandwiches and retro toasties. We use local and seasonal produce and compliment the cafe with a deli section once again offering many local and Welsh produce. We enjoy collaborating with other local suppliers and offering them an outlet through our business.


The Delph

Bethania Rd, Acrefair, Wrexham, LL14 3TR

The Delph is an independent, family-friendly bar and restaurant located in Acrefair, Wrexham. We are proud to serve good quality, fresh, locally sourced food, a wide range of beers, wines and spirits as well as afternoon tea and cocktails.

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The Wild Pheasant

Berwyn St, Llangollen, LL20 8AD

ombining the traditional charm and comfort of an original 19th-century building. The Wild Pheasant Hotel & Spa is situated in magnificent scenery in the Vale of Llangollen, North Wales.The Hotel offers excellent accommodation with 47 bedrooms.

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Bellis Brothers

Wrexham Rd, Holt, Wrexham, LL13 9YU

Farm Shop, Garden Centre, Seasonal Pick Your Own (fruit & pumpkins) Large 140 cover Restaurant. Large free car park and part of the Wrexham Local Toilet Strategy.

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Caffi Wylfa

Castle Rd, Chirk, Wrexham, LL14 5BS

Caffi Wylfa is a social enterprise run cafe on Castle Road, Chirk. The cafe is stylish and modern with a light and airy feel. We make a real effort to support and use local suppliers where possible and serve freshly made food using high quality ingredients, which are prepared with care and attention on site.

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Commonwood Leisure

Buck Road, Wrexham, Holt, LL13 9TF

We also have a truly unique experience. The Arcadia Safari tent in its own 5-acre field, comes with its own private lake to fish, swim, canoe. Also included is a small natural lounge pool, large Argentinian bbq, fire pit, extra-large table, seating areas, hammock.

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Hotel Wrexham

Wrexham Rd, Holt, Wrexham, LL13 9SW

Expect warm hospitality, excellent dining and comfortable accommodation here at the award-winning Holt Lodge Hotel. Set in the borderlands of North Wales, we are a popular destination for Weddings and private events, as well as families and couples looking to explore this idyllic region. Book your stay directly with us to get the best deal available.


Levant Kitchen and Bar

Chester St, Wrexham, LL13 8BA

Levant Kitchen and Bar strives to bring fusion cuisine to the heart of Wrexham. Discover quality home made food prepared from fresh ingredients.

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Maesgwyn Hall

Mold Rd, Wrexham, LL11 2AF

The Maesgwyn Hall is an impressive landmark building centrally located and easily accessible with a large free on-site car park. Offering modern, stylish function spaces catering for any event. We are also a stone throw away from the Racecourse ground and have a brilliant, busy match day pub - offering meals, entertainment, drinks and fantastic atmosphere.

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Pant Yr Ochain

Old Wrexham Rd, Gresford, Wrexham, LL12 8TY

It's a gorgeous environment to dine in, from our menus that are created daily from fresh, local produce, dreamt up by our talented team of chefs who cater for lighter appetites as well as those wanting hearty British pub classics. Equally it's a great drinking environment in our bar areas that offer a haven for dogs and their owners who love to try a myriad of fine whiskies, gins and real ales.


Rossett Hall Hotel

Chester Rd, Rossett, Wrexham, LL12 0DE

Old and new meet gracefully at our 4* Rossett Hall Hotel, which combines a grade 2 listed Georgian Mansion with tasteful contemporary accommodation.


The Bank

High St, Wrexham, LL13 8HY

We are an independent, family-run bar and bistro, where everyone helps from aunties and uncles through to our parents. Our passion is for excellent, home-cooked food and first-class customer service, whether you’ve just popped in for a coffee or are celebrating a special occasion.

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The Bridge End Inn Ruabon

Bridge End Inn, Bridge St, Ruabon, Wrexham, LL14 6DA

Welcome to The Bridge End Inn, nestled in the charming village of Ruabon! If you're seeking a delightful retreat in the heart of North Wales, you've come to the right place. With its rich history, breathtaking scenery, and warm hospitality, The Bridge End Inn offers a truly memorable experience for every traveler.

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The Hand Hotel

Llanarmon DC, Ceiriog Valley, Llangollen, LL20 7LD

The Hand at Llanarmon is an ancient hostelry with all the attributes you’d expect – bags of character, a cosy, relaxing ambience and a warm welcome from your hosts, Jonathan and Jackie Greatorex. As soon as you arrive you feel the weight of the world dissolving as the surroundings work their magic. All the classic ingredients are here – old beams, roaring fireplaces, a casual mix-and-match of pine and oak furniture, real ale and good food. The latter is seriously good. Thanks to the talents of Head Chef Grant Mulholland and his team, The Hand is renowned for award-winning food; an inventive marriage of country fare and sophisticated metropolitan cuisine.

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The Lemon Tree

Rhosddu Road, Wrexham, LL11 2LP

The Lemon Tree is an award-winning restaurant with rooms, situated in the heart of Wrexham. Our restaurant has been honored with the prestigious AA Rosette Award for serving exceptional cuisine, created using locally sourced, fresh produce. Our team of skilled chefs work tirelessly in our modern kitchen to provide our guests with an unforgettable culinary experience every time they dine with us.

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The YaB Hub

Eagles Meadow, Wrexham, LL13 8DG

Yellow and blue (YaB group ltd) is a social enterprise non profit project. Underpinning community projects including positive pathways, food provision and social isolation beating events and activities.

If you need any more information - contact the Visitor Information Centre on 01978 292015 or contact us here (Mon-Sat 9am - 5pm).​

This project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.

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