The White Crow
The Historic White Crow Pub and restaurant dates right back to the 1600 when it began its life as a coaching house and possesses a rich and fascinating history. From highway men to drunken sign writers, this rich tapestry provides an interesting backdrop for this family run hidden gem. Whether you have a special occasion you wish to celebrate, or you just fancy a day off from the pots and pans or perhaps your loved one has a romantic surprise planned for you, this cosy, rustic country pub is perfect for cuddling up and whispering sweet nothings (especially without the washing up to do). A rich and varied menu is offered with choices for everyone and all ages, guaranteed to satisfy the heartiest of appetites. The White Crow pub is not tied down to any one particular brewery, which allows owners; Stuart and Helen, to provide a unique range of real ales, and indeed help to support Lancashire’s micro-breweries to prosper. All meals are freshly prepared, home cooked to perfection, served to your table piping hot, and with a warm smile.- Top 100 Review
Worthington, Lancashire , WN1 2XL
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