The Riverside Wine Bar
With River Wye trickling in the background as you kick back and relax in the garden, The Riverside Wine Bar is a pretty spot if you’re after welcome respite. In addition to boasting a desirable setting, The Riverside has built a stellar reputation for its food and drink. Whilst children are welcomed in the day, adults and those over 12 years old are only allowed in during the evening.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding what to choose from the menu, which celebrates the sunny flavours of the Mediterranean. To begin, there’s bread, nibbles and light bites, including the likes of red bell peppers stuffed with feta, garlic bread, and mixed olives. If you’re in the mood for sharing, order the pulled pork nachos, cheeseboard, or go all out with the Mediterranean platter for two.
The all-star assortment of tapas has been designed with sociable dining in mind, and tortilla pizzas, fresh salads and authentic paella will keep hunger at bay before you choose to indulge in a delicious pudding.
Liquid gratification comes from an impressive gin menu and range of cocktails that will see you through the night. Wine, spirits, real ale and lager are also stocked behind the bar. It’s not all about the edible and liquid offering though; what makes a terrific venue is a friendly atmosphere, which can be found in spades at The Riverside Wine Bar.