Browns At The Quay
Browns At The Quay is the perfect place to eat, meet, drink and socialise. Its raw contemporary setting is sat right on the banks of the river Severn, in the heart of historic Worcester.
Whether you are looking for high quality fine dining, afternoon tea or just a place to have a relaxing drink, Browns will make you feel welcome.
Our chefs treat our carefully sourced ingredients with the respect they deserve, creating delicious meals to ensure the high-end culinary experience expected on a visit to Browns.
Our cellar is brimming with elegant wines to match your meal. A unique selection of reds, whites, rosés and Champagnes are available by the glass or by the bottle. Behind our bar, you will find a selection of draught and bottled beers, cocktails and spirits. Our extensive and innovative wine and cocktail menus will leave you spoilt for choice.
Stay At Browns
Business or pleasure – our new luxury boutique hotel rooms will suit anyone seeking comfort and relaxation in a great riverside location.
Each of the hotel’s 11 en-suite rooms have been tastefully decorated with a keen eye for detail, ensuring you have all you need to enjoy your stay at Browns. You will receive a glass of prosecco on arrival, and you are welcome to take advantage of our delicious á la carte menu and dine with us in our accompanying restaurant, or simply enjoy your favourite drink at the bar. A table for dinner can be reserved when checking in to your room.
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