Whether you’re looking for live entertainment or just somewhere with a lively atmosphere, the nightlife in Shropshire can deliver a memorable night out.
Looking for that right bar or pub to enjoy a relaxing glass of wine after a hard day at work, or looking for the perfect date spot or new local, or maybe you wish to dance the night away till 4am in a ‘happening’ club with your besties – well, we have what you’re looking for with the hottest picks of bars and pubs in the gorgeous county of Shropshire.
The Queens boast two distinct bar areas that merge nicely together; The ‘Red’ bar, which has a tiled area where dogs are welcome and comfy leather sofas for you to relax on, and the main bar, which has solid oak flooring and low beamed ceilings which give a cosy atmosphere.
Serving real ales, an extensive wine list and a plethora of spirits, you are spoilt for choice.
GlouGlou is a place where you can stop for a quick glass of great wine and a snack and pick up a bottle for dinner at home, or spend a few hours sharing wine and seasonal food with friends.
Great wine. Little dishes. With soul.
Their menu of small plates seeks inspiration from around the world but is very often locally sourced, they work direct with the producers, growers, farmers and fishermen wherever they can. Their wines are equally diverse but with the emphasis on those that are produced in a low intervention manner and are naturally delicious.
Probably the best-known nightclub in Shropshire is The Buttermarket with neo-classical columns as you enter and original arched cellars dating back to the 19th century.
Weekly themed club nights including Skint, Pounded and Boombox and has one of Europe’s largest light and laser shows and a spectacular Wurlitzer organ.
A wonderful cocktail bar inspired by the 1920’s prohibition era, where speakeasies flourished underground, evading the laws that forbade the sale of alcohol under the pretence of a Tiger show. The Blind Tiger offers their twist on classic cocktails the discerning drinker would come to expect, hoping to tease your taste buds with their signature range of modern and experimental drinks, which have been carefully created in house by the expert team of Wild-Cat bartenders. Perfect date night or catch-up with friends.
Based in a restored railway shed, the onsite brewery Taproom and Visitor Centre are open to visitors. Gleaming brewing equipment stretches right up into the old ceilings and there is a comfortable and informal bar area with a full range of quality beers on offer.
Tasty bar food includes large scotch eggs, locally produced pork pies, sausage rolls and more.
Pleasantly buzzing atmosphere and is a great place to enjoy a morning coffee, a light lunch, a beer with friends, live music at weekends, and they are dog friendly too!
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Great food and drink combined with the informal but excellent service creates a dining experience you are sure you will enjoy again and again.
The LiquorLab is an independent cocktail bar located in Southwater, Telford They serve high quality drinks in a warm and welcoming environment. They offer coffee, cocktails, mocktails, wine and craft beers.
Albert’s Pour House is an independent coffee house and cocktail bar in the heart of Shrewsbury, which by day you can watch the world go by through the glass front whilst enjoying a coffee, loose leaf tea or a killer milkshake. By night, Albert’s Pour House entices with quality cocktails, attentive personal service and a vibrant and varied live music programme. This venue is much loved for its relaxed atmosphere; there’s no pretence, just a carefully thought out menu delivered by bartenders who care about the finer details of your experience.
Looking for things to do at night? Then this is one of the best for nightlife in Shropshire.