Food & Drink

Cafe Rouge St Albans

This unique Art Deco building was opened in 1930 as Samuel Ryder's Seed Company Exhibition Hall. Samuel was the Mayor of St Albans and the founder of the Ryder Cup.

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The Flourish Bakery, Watford

We’re an artisan bakery supplying wholesale breads and pastries to Michelin-starred restaurants, five-star hotels, authentic food markets, cafés and stores

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The Waffle House, St Albans

Welcome to The Waffle House, located within the 16th Century, Grade II listed Kingsbury watermill overlooking the River Ver in the tranquil Conservation Area of St Albans.

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Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is the Oldest Pub in England that prides itself on being a picturesque building and a part of history, that serves award winning food and drinks, all with a smile!

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The Florist Restaurant Watford

Whether you're one of our regulars or this is your first time... welcome to The Florist Watford.

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The Maltings

The Maltings is open daily (please check the website for up to date opening times before visiting) so there’s plenty of time to relax, meet up with friends and do your shopping!

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atria Watford

atria Watford Shopping Centre is one of the region’s largest indoor shopping and leisure destinations, located in the heart of the town centre, featuring a nine-screen IMAX Cineworld, Hollywood Bowl, restaurants and shops.

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Watford Market

Watford has had a market since the 12th century; and it is an important part of the town which has changed and adapted over the years.

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St Albans Traditional Street Market

The St Albans Market is widely renowned as one of the best in the area, and the quality of products and produce available has won many awards.

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St Albans Museum & Gallery

St Albans Museum + Gallery is a world-class centre for arts and culture at the heart of one of Britain’s most historic cities.

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Abbey Line Days Out

Abbey Line Days Out! is an initiative aimed at encouraging the local community to travel to local events and attractions using the Abbey line train services. We aim to support local tourism, sustainable travel and local businesses. In addition, Hertfordshire is a beautiful countryside waiting to be explored. there are a host of walking and cycling routes including our Abbey line trail commissioned in 2015, which goes along the train route. We’ve added a wealth of information including locals’ favourites and travel planning information to help you make the most of your trip and day out. Including a Days out leaflet and video. So get exploring and see ‘what’s on at the end of the train line’.

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