The Hilton Garden Inn hotel has created a visitor experience not previously available in the city centre. State of the art bedrooms with gym and meeting room facilities. Also home to a branded restaurant and bar the hotel had added to the growing leisure scene in Hanley.
Six is the new cocktail bar housed with the hotel but open to all it offers a contemporary environment with it’s own outdoor terrace area to enjoy a morning coffee or evening cocktails.
Restaurant Six offers a relaxed atmosphere serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Serving classic dishes and indulgent delights – share great food, drinks and cocktails in a contemporary, relaxed environment.
THE SLAMWICH CLUB
No.63 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 1HR
Want to hit the grand slamwich?! Then take yourself down to The Slamwich Club located on Piccadilly Street. Serving up genius flavours and fillings that you or I wouldn’t even think of, the Slamwich Club is a definite must if you’re in the area.
Offering vegan, vegetarian and a specials menu all day long as well as refreshing cocktails like a Blueberry and Basil margherita, The Slamwich club has so many food and drink options that will tickle your fancy.
42 Broad St, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 4EU
Do you love the spirit of fine restaurant Turkish food, a family atmosphere and a warm welcome? This is an authentic Turkish restaurant to experience gorgeous traditional dishes like Chicken Kulbasti or Adana Kofte.
Efes is a family run business that stays true to its roots from arrival until you leave, making you want to return time and time again.
THE QUARTER CAFE/RESTAURANT
65 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 1HR
Enjoy a bite with live musicians at The Quarter Cafe on Piccadilly. Delivering an array of options, The Quarter welcomes everybody through its doors and caters for all. Whether you’re veggie, vegan or anywhere in between, The Quarter is definitely a gem of Stoke-on-Trent.
Looking for event space? The Quarter accommodates any kind of event, from small table hire to full room hire, you can also add on catering to your package.
33 Piccadilly, Stoke-on-Trent ST1 1EN
With over 200 beers, ales, lagers for you to get your hands on, it’s definitely not slim pickings at Bottle Craft in the heart of Hanley. You don’t have to be a craft connoisseur, their staff will be more than happy to help you find the right refresher.
Bottle Craft also has monthly taster nights and it’s the perfect opportunity to try new beers and learn a little bit of brewing history. With an upstairs event space of 40+ people and downstairs capacity of 70 + people, Bottle Craft would make the perfect space for any party.
The Potteries Museum, next door to Smithfield is widely acknowledged as the finest in the world and other collections of fine and decorative arts, natural science, social history and archaeology have local, regional and national significance. The museum is fully accredited and all the collections, totalling more than 650,000 individual objects, are Designated collections.
This year marks the opening of the new £6m Spitfire Gallery, a new wing of the gallery with glass elevations meaning the Spitfire is visible from Smithfields.
In 1972, the RAF gifted a MK.XVI Spitfire to the city of Stoke-on-Trent to commemorate the original designer of the Spitfire, Reginald Joseph Mitchell; a famous son of the City. The Spitfire has undergone extensive restoration at Medway Aircraft Preservation Society Ltd in consultation with the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery curatorial team, and with the support of local organisations Operation Spitfire & the Friends of the Potteries Museum.