Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Fleetwood. Fleetwood is a town and civil parish within the Wyre district of Lancashire, England, lying at the northwest corner of the Fylde. It had a population of 25,939 people at the 2011 census. The site of the town has been continuously inhabited since the Middle Ages. Fleetwood acquired its modern character in the 1830s, when the principal landowner Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood, High Sheriff and MP, conceived an ambitious plan to re-develop the town to make it a busy seaport and railway spur. He commissioned the distinguished Victorian architect Decimus Burton to design a number of substantial civic buildings, including two lighthouses. Hesketh-Fleetwood's transport terminus schemes failed to materialise. The town expanded greatly in the first half of the 20th century with the growth of the UK fishing industry, and passenger ferries to the Isle of Man to become a deep-sea fishing port.
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4 based on 45 reviews
Home of football, food and family, The Crossbar welcomes all ages whether itâs for breakfast, lunch, dinner or for bar snacks. Watch live sports throughout the week on our giant HD TV screens, enjoy our lovely beer garden, and invite your little ones to p
Ten of us came here to celebrate Fatherâs Day, place was empty which was a pleasant surprise as I thought it may of been busy. Ordered what was thought to be Diet Coke, Diet Pepsi came no explanation as to that is what they have instead of coke, may of been advantageous to inform people they didnât have coke Menu options were very sparse, I choose the signature burger with fries asked for the burger plain with fries, well done. What came was a totally plain burger nothing on not even cheese, strange a signature burger doesnât have cheese and i was served skin on fries, yet again this wasnât advertised in the menu if Iâd of known Iâd of asked for different chips. The cost of the burger for a plain burger was Â£12 a little on the steep side. The service was hit and miss, cant say it was due to being busy the staff tried but bad training was evident which isnât there fault. Congratulations on the puddings I never had one myself but the remaining people in the party commented how nice they were. Perhaps a return visit when the other menu is available may be in order.A more in depth menu description may save people the misunderstanding of ordering something they other wise wouldnât.
4 based on 184 reviews
Lovely pub/restaurant... Pity about the slow service.... Food was OK... Sister had the garlic mushrooms and said they were fab... I had a club sandwich and the chicken was overcooked and there was a distinct lack of cheese and bacon... Chips were good though.... Overall I wasn't impressed and won't be back
4 based on 175 reviews
Started off in the bar downstairs. For us, the music was too loud, however, we had a couple of drinks and then went upstairs to the restaurant. Seated by the window we order a bottle of water, a pint, bottle of Malbec and bottle of Prosecco. For starters we had Hummus and the King Prawn Tapas, followed by Fillet Steak and the 10oz Ribeye. Served by the delightful Diana, we really canât fault anything. We hate being rushed so asked for a twenty minute break between courses. Diana said given me a shout when you are ready for the mains, and this is what we did. Having spent fourteen years in the Middle East, the best steak we have ever eaten was in Bahrain. Without doubt, this is on a par. Fabulous evening, we will return and thanks to Diana and all the staff.
4 based on 104 reviews
When we called into this very old pub,we thought we were hungry.Apparently not.We were served with a quarter dinner place of steak and ale pie,bucket of chips,carrots and other veg.We even ordered a bowl of battered onion rings.Lovely.Very tasty,If you think on,ask for extra gravy.Alas we were full,and left enough to feed another couple.
4 based on 226 reviews
Now, I thought I'd visit the Bourne Arms. So I looked at their website to check out their menus, opening times etc. No menus on the site and no opening times - a link takes you to some New York barista site and the rest of the website appears to be in ?Latin?How on earth us a prospective customer supposed to know whether they want to visit or not? If they are that careless about attracting new customers I'm not sure I'd trust the food........Morning.We have had a brand new web site developed because the old one wasn't fit for purpose and we have had some teething problems like you do get with everything. I am not web designer so I handed it over a person I thought would be capable. This now has been sorted and we are meeting this week to complete it. Our food is excellent our beers are coming through brand new lines and are well kept. Based on this review you decided that a problem with our website was enough to detract you. Well my friend I suggest you speak to some one who lived before the internet and ask them how they got on with life... we just used to walk into pubs and try it. If we liked it we would tell our friends that was social media back in the day when all pubs were busy. The reason why pubs are closing a great rate of knotts is because of social media and the fools that use it as a weapon. Just saying. Regards The Landlord
4 based on 200 reviews
The Strawberry Gardens Pub and Bistro welcomes you for a great selection of beers, and fresh home cooked food every day. Food is served from 12pm, affordable great quality meals, with new chefs since Feb 2019. Great for Grills, Burgers and Light bites, al
Great service from Stewart at the bar and restaurant staff, and lovely food (braised beef and a beefburger). Puddings equally good, would definitely recommend.
4 based on 653 reviews
Waited an hour for Dinner as this was the time we was told, didnât bother as we was in no rush.... ordered the fish, chips, mushy peas and curry sauce but to our dismay after waiting an hour the fish was burnt and tasted burnt and the chips had been cooked in old oil .... my husband wasnât happy so we called the manager over and she said exactly the same they looked burnt .... never going back again ...
4 based on 159 reviews
Visited just after Christmas for lunch in the restaurant which was a pleasant surprise and prices very reasonable. The starters soup and chicken tenders were welcome on such a cold day , lovely and tasty and nice and hot. Mains were Fish Pie, full of fresh fish and cheese melted on top and fresh vegetables and Pork Belly and Fresh Vegetables. Unfortunately was unable to sample the wines or beers as was driving and didnt have enough room for dessert. The staff where very attentative , well mannered and gave nice service. Will certainly visit again when in area.Dear Paul SThank you for your recent review. We're glad to see you had a pleasant surprise and were looked after so well. Next time maybe try staying over then there's no need to drive, we can recommend some where nice.
4 based on 124 reviews
Here on a Sunday with friends. As with many seaside pubs, it can have its moments...see reviews. Well, for us it was good. Yep a few blokes on the beer. The food/restaurant was good. Excellent fish and scampi. Sunday roast. The beef was a lttle disappointing and was fine. Great Veg. Good pud. Great staff. A old, traditional Pub. And met Syd Littles. Ha, Ha
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