BARS TO DRINK IN PRESTON AT NIGHT

THE FASTEST WAY TO DISCOVER 100'S OF GREAT BARS, RESTAURANTS, CLUBS & EVENTS

It was our founder, Peter Boizot's early travels that fired his imagination and inspired him to introduce pizza to the UK.

Not one to shy away from rolling up his sleeves, it was this entrepreneurial spirit, a...

Address: Winckley St, Preston PR1 2AA, UK

Phone: 01772-201580

Tag: Bar, Drink, Food

Friendly Pub, Good Beer & Fun Karaoke.

Address: Lancaster Road, Preston PR1, UK

Phone: 01772

Tag: Bar, Drink

Public house offering a large range of Real Ales. Showing all live sports.

Address: Fishergate, Preston PR1, UK

Phone: 01772 828519

Tag: Drink

Real Ale and craft beer bar, No TV's, No Music just a quiet place to come and relax.

Address: Lancaster Road, Preston PR1, UK

Phone: 07932 517444

Tag: Drink

Situatued in the former Corn Exchange building, 1842 Restaurant and Bar is Preston's newest excluvise venue boating live music and performers, outstanding food and flamboyant cocktails.

Address: Lune St, Preston PR1 2NN, UK

Phone: 01772 821768

Tag: Bar, Cocktail, Drink, Food, Restaurant

Victorian Gin Palace serving over 80 types of gin, cask ales and cocktails, private booths available and live sport shown.

Address: 140 Church St, Preston PR1 3BU, UK

Phone: 01772 253010

Tag: Bar

A friendlt bar offering great value for money, on all drinks.  A warm welcome is always assured, at Barney's.

Address: Church St, Preston PR1 3BT, UK

Phone: 01772

Tag: Bar, Drink

Preston's longest running offical LGBT venue

Address: Grimshaw St, Preston PR1, UK

Phone: 01772 881616

Tag: Bar, Drink

One of the city's best live gig venues, featuring bands, comedy and more.  Also available for private/corporate hire.

Address: Preston PR1 2TQ, UK

Phone: 01772 893000

Tag: Bar, City Guide, Event

Closed for more than a Century, this Gin & Beer House, with original 18th Century distillery and secret vaulted cellar rooms, is NOW OPEN. 

Address: Friargate, Preston, UK

Phone: 01772 561404

Tag: Bar, Cocktail, Food, Gin, Historic

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