Places to eat
Hednesford has a varied selection of cafes and restaurants and there’s definitely something for everyone.
Whether you’re after a quick bite to eat or a more leisurely meal with family and friends, make sure you take a look at what our town has got to offer.
Hedgeford Lodge is in the former Anglesey Lodge. Found in the heart of our town, the Wetherspoons venue offers a wide range of drinks and pub food at reasonable prices.
Also popular are the Samson Blewitt in Pye Green and the Hen House in the centre of town. Another pub available is the Cross Keys Hotel, which dates back to 1746 and was rumoured to have been one of Dick Turpin’s stops on his overnight journey to York.
Heddin’s Ford offers real ales for a relaxing night out in a micro-pub. The second Hen House this time a music and sports bar for a different night out. The Kraft bar offers a cafe feel to evening relaxation alongside the Smokehouse.
Hednesford also has a number of Indian cuisine restaurants from Spice of Hednesford, India Red, Smokehouse and Jaipur each offering a unique experience of great sub continent food
Fancy a quick bite and a hot drink? The town benefits from a number of cafe’s each with a different ambience and experience from Bella’s Cafe, The Shiny Fork, Station Cafe, Desert Lounge and the Clucking Chicken each with an array of snacks, meals, drinks hot and cold and sweet treats to delight. Costa Coffee is at the Victoria Shopping Park as well as the Tesco superstore also has a cafe in store serving all types of snacks and drinks.