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 a newly-opened pub 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.

Cuizine is another great eatery and is in Market Street. The team here offers a tasty selection of Indian, English and Chinese dishes, with teppanyki (where food is cooked fresh to order.)

If you’re looking for just drinks then Hednesford has plenty to offer.

The Bank offers wine, cocktails and champagne for a relaxing night out. Woody’s bar has live music every Friday and Saturday night.

Hednesford also has a wide variety of restaurants, catering for all tastes. There is Italian, Indian, Chinese and many more cuisines available in the town, with the majority of these being in Market Street. There is certainly a taste for everyone in Hednesford.

Fancy a quick bite and a hot drink? Costa Coffee on the Victoria Shopping Park has you sorted. The Tesco superstore also has a cafe in store serving all types of snacks and drinks. Breakfasts and light snacks are also available from Cafe Boogaloo, which also brews coffee and tea at great prices. Try Bellas Coffee House at The Lightworks for a full English breakfast and daily specials which include cheese pie, cottage pie and lasagna, wraps and panini’s are available if you prefer something a bit lighter.