Located in the heart of Weeton village, following and extensive refurbishment in 2019, the Eagle at Weeton has a large car park and beer and wine gardens to the side and rear as well as a children’s play area. Ideal for lunch time light bites, a curry or a traditional Sunday lunch and so much more.
The Eagle at Weeton, Singleton Rd, Weeton PR4 3NB 01253 542141
Located just off junction 3 off the M55 in Greenhalgh, the Ashiana has ben established for over twenty years and has an excellent reputation for its food offering. Open seven days per week, there is a wide choice of food available and set menus.
Located close to Warton, the Birley Arms is an ideal spot for lunch where there’s a conservatory and al fresco dining as well as the main restaurant. The Birley Arms Hotel offers modern British country-style cuisine with a French twist. Also a popular spot for a quick business lunch.
The Black Powder distillery is a family run business that has been producing fruit infused gins for a number of years. The Black Powder name principally derives from the traditional method of proof testing alcohol by using black powder (also referred to as gunpowder) as a way of determining its strength. Products can be purchased online and there’s tasting evenings too.
A thriving independent café and boutique book and gift shop located on the high street of the market town of Kirkham, Book Bean and Ice Cream is a favourite with locals and visitors alike. The shop is the combined passion of co-proprietors Peter Hodgson and Elaine Silverwood.
Book Bean and Ice Cream, 61 Poulton Street, Kirkham, PR4 2AJ 01772 683444
Enjoy the big game on the big screen your friends at this modern sports bar at AFC Fylde’s Mill Farm stadium in Wesham. Bradleys Sports Bar is a unique viewing experience in state-of-the-art surroundings to the avid sports fan and you can experience all this in your very own VIP area, where you can watch all your favourite sports in style, with waiting staff on hand.
Bradleys Sports Bar, Mill Farm Sports Village, Coronation Way, Wesham PR4 3JZ 01772 598850
Buraq is a popular restaurant located on the A583 close to Ribby Hall Village with an extensive menu, including authentic Indian tapas and take away service. Special offers available. Ample on site parking.
Patrick and Julie Baume and their team welcome you to the multi award winning and nationally recognised Cartford Inn, with its many dining areas, whether in the Riverside Restaurant, one of the many cosy alcoves, by the fireplace or on the Terrace on warmer days and evenings. Ingredients proudly sourced locally. The Cartford Inn has fifteen luxury bedrooms and two new Studio Cabins.
The Cartford Inn, Cartford Lane, Little Eccleston, PR3 0YP 01995 670166
Located between Blackpool and St Anne’s, Dahlia’s Kitchen is a popular venue for a light bite, afternoon tea or for a substantial family meal and is a popular choice for Sunday lunches. There’s a busy and popular events programme all year round including tribute nights, comedy and dance and is popular with groups. Dahlia’s Kitchen has free on site parking.
Derby Arms in Treales is a country pub and restaurant with thatched roof and open fires, that welcomes walkers, cyclists and provide biscuits and a drink for dogs. The Roseacre Suite is ideally suited for corporate functions for up to 75 people and there’s a beautiful candle lit Restaurant for that special occasion.
Located on the high street in Kirkham, Escape Café serves freshly cooked breakfasts, accompanied by fine teas and quality ground coffee. Also an extensive lunchtime menu, including toasted sandwiches, paninis and jacket potatoes. Take out option too and phone ahead if you’re in a rush! Garden terrace to the rear with a bottle of wine – a perfect sun trap in the summer.
The Fairfield Arms is one of the Rural inns outlets. Its a family friendly pub with a childrens play area, a beer garden and a good range of cask ales. Food served daily until 9pm. Located close to M55 junction 3. Ample parking.
A traditional country pub, dog friendly, with an open fire and Beer Garden located by the Lancaster Canal at Salwick, near Kirkham. It’s a perfect venue for an afternoon walk along the canal after a hearty lunch with the family. There’s a wide range of home-made dishes, daily specials, bar nibbles and the best Sunday Lunch in the area. Adjacent to the Hand and Dagger is a campsite adjacent if you want to stay over in the big outdoors.
A real taste of Lake Garda in Freckleton village midway between Preston and Lytham. Lorenzos fuses traditional Northern Italian cuisine and good old family values, with delicious freshly cooked food and vibrant Italian atmosphere. Children’s menu and a well stocked bar.
Located on Preston New Road with plenty of free parking, Ma Baker is located next to the World of Water garden centre. The café run by Danielle is ten years old and has built its enviable reputation on quality cakes, great service, daily specials and Sunday lunches. It’s a great function venue too with capacity for p to one hundred
Mediterranean food in the heart of the Fylde Coast. Whether you’re looking for a quiet meal for two, a family get together or a feast or 10. Milano’s can cater for any requirement
Milano’s is a modern and elegant 80 seat dining room with a further 40 seats on an outside, north facing terrace.
Mill Farm Sports Village Coronation Way Wesham PR4 3JZ 01772 598858
Part of the Sizzling Pub & Grill chain, you’ll receive an extremely warm welcome at the popular Newton Arms. From 21 day aged prime steaks topped with incredible steak toppers to our Superfood salad or build your own kids meals – there’s something for all the family. Wide drink selection too.
Newton Arms, Staining Rd, Normoss, Blackpool FY3 0AJ 01253 397296
Located close to Dizzy Ducks and the Grapes, Orathai is an authentic family run Thai restaurant with a huge choice and great value menu. Catering for vegetarians and special dietary requirements, it’s a long established popular dining venue.
Rigby’s Farmhouse is a 16th century farmhouse belonging to Little Carrside Farm. The farm is still run by the Rigby family. The farmhouse has been tastefully converted into a licensed restaurant, under the careful supervision of the chef, Louise Rigby. The rooms were left in the conversion to retain a lot of the charm and appeal of the original farmhouse.
Ribby Hall Village is open to everyone, whether you are looking for fast food from Papa John’s, heart-warming homemade treats in The Bar and Grill, Mediterranean delights at Terrazza or fine dining at The Orangery, you will find something to whet your appetite.
Ribby Hall Village Ribby Hall Road Wrea Green PR4 2PR
The main dining room holds up to 80 guests and 2 further private dining rooms. The menu is prepared using the freshest and finest local produce and is complimented by an extensive wine list to ensure dining is of the highest standard. The restaurant is fully licensed and is also available to non-residents. Singleton Lodge is a popular weddings and functions venue.
The Brasserie and Atrium offers you a wide choice of dining from a full Sunday lunch to Afternoon Tea. Open for hearty breakfasts, the view across Staining Lodge Golf Course is stunning. The glass house opened in 2018 which is an ideal wedding venue. Special dietary requirements catered for and there’s ample on site parking.
Based at the Cartford Inn, TOTI brings together fine food and drink, deli produce and speciality ingredients, all knowledgeably selected by The Cartford Inn team for their quality, provenance and exclusivity. TOTI also sells a range of freshly made bread, pastries, cakes and hot and cold food for you to take home.
Centrally located in the heart of the village, The Grapes is the hub of Wrea Green. Offering restaurant quality meals, cooked to order, prepared from fresh seasonal produce to create a variety of tempting dishes. Available from an extensive main menu & chalkboards around the pub.
The Grapes Hotel, Station Road, Wrea Green PR4 2PH 01772 682927
Set in the heart of Staining village, the Plough is dog friendly. On Tuesday nights everyone’s welcome when there’s Music, Song, Poems and Pints. Plenty of parking and a regular events programme, the Plough is very much at the heart of the community.
Located in the centre of Freckleton, the Plough is a pub and pizza kitchen with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, perfect for all the family. There’s an extensive menu with a range of delicious dishes from fresh pizzas made daily to great burgers and salads. The Plough at Freckleton has a huge selection of drinks and cocktails.
The Ship is an independently owned family business. All food is freshly prepared to order. Being so popular, at busy times some things may take a little longer, but it’s worth the wait! Extensive menu from a full traditional Sunday lunch and Lancashire Lamb Hot Pot to a simple ‘bar buttie’. The Ship welcomes children and advance bookings taken for parties of five or more.
The Ship at Elswick, High Street, Elswick, Preston PR4 3ZB 01995 672777
Located on the edge of Freckleton, the Ship Inn has its origins in the fourteenth century and oozes character. Open seven days per week, there’s an extensive menu that also includes all the pub classics. The Ship Inn is dog friendly too.
The Ship Inn, Bunker Street, Freckleton PR4 1HA 01772 632393
Located in the heart of Kirkham, the Stables Bar has a regular event schedule with live bands, or you can watch the sport on the big screen. There’s real ales on tap and the bar layout is open plan and there’s many photos of Kirkham’s historic past.
New for 2019. Located within the multi award winning Ribby Hall Village, the Terrazza is an all new dining option at Ribby Hall, offering a tantalising selection of authentic Italian cuisine. There’s an extensive wine list and dining to suit guests of all ages, including a children’s menu. Indoor dining. Buon Appetito!
Ribby Hall Village, Ribby Road, Wrea Green PR4 2PR 01772 671155
A proud holder of two AA Rosettes for culinary excellence, The Villa Hotel is a former gentleman’s residence, and as a four star award winning hotel it still manages to retain the air of quiet elegance that befits its distinguished heritage. The Villa has relaxed or formal dining and it’s an ideal spot for a morning coffee, business lunch or afternoon tea.