Pubs and Bars in Stockport
In Stockport you can find some great home-cooked pubs with a modern twist, using fresh and local ingredients. Drinks-wise the wide range of local real ales is constantly changing, and alongside popular lagers and spirits there is an extensive wine list to choose from.The Midway on Newbridge Lane is the top ranked restaurant in the region for pub grub. The pub has a range of classic pub grub staples on its menu, including fish and chips, alongside a selection of grills, sharing platters and pastas and salads. It also serves lighter dishes during the day, as well as Sunday roasts, a gluten free menu and buffets for events.
The famous pubs in Stockport are The John Millington in Cheadle, The Hare and Hounds in Marple and the The Arden Arms in Stockport town centre. Among other Stockport pubs such as the Crown and Anchor and The Oast House, and even Brewdog, which while more famous for its craft beers, also serves meats, cheeses, and burgers.
When you need alcohol at night in Stockport, use your local booze delivery service to get alcoholic drinks delivered without having to leave the house. It's not just people in Manchester City Centre that benefit from being able to order from a drinks delivery company, residents of Stockport can too. Several of the services that provide alcohol delivery in Manchester also cover the Stockport area, which means you can now get alcohol at night time without the stress of tracking down a shop that's permitted to sell liquor around the clock (not many 24 hour stores sell booze at night anyway).
Welcome to The Arden Arms... Stockport’s original multi-award-winning ale shrine! One of CAMRA’s most listed pubs, it has not changed much over the past 200 years... offering home cooked food and some of the best ales in town. Based in the heart of Stockport for almost two centuries, and owning around 260 tenanted and managed pubs, inns and hotels across the North West, ‘Robinsons’ is one of oldest and most respected names in British brewing history.
Built in 1840 as a coaching inn, due to its close proximity to the Heaton Norris Station, The Magnet has retained its original name for 170 years. These range from well known quality brands to obscure craft breweries producing fantastic ales, and there are some real gems to be found through working your way through our fridges!