Our Menu’s are launched below, we are open for Breakfast from 7am – 10am, also Lunch, and Evening Dining is available now from 6pm – 9pm. Call Us to Enquire.
All of our new Spring Menus are now launched, please Contact Us to book!
Our Spring Menu including Wine List
Our Sunday Spring Menu available 12-6
Our Events will be listed here, including our upcoming Menu Launch and Music Nights!!
Keep 'em peeled right here and on all our social media outlets at the Silver Groat Tavern, Warwick!!
Your home for gorgeous grub and grog!!!
Legend has it that when the Warwick section of The Grand Union Canal was being built in the early 1800s the Tavern on Crompton Street was charging a mere four pennies for a cup of coffee and a tot of rum. Other inns were charging an “outrageous” six pennies! Hence, The Fourpenny Shop.
It has had a few other names over its lifetime; The Paul Pry, The Warwick Tavern and The Old Fourpenny Shop.
Following a total refurbishment we have given the pub a new name to go with it’s new look: ‘The Silver Groat Tavern’.
The Hotel will continue to be known as The Old Fourpenny Shop Hotel.
At The Silver Groat Tavern you will find six ever-changing real ales, craft lagers, ciders and a global selection of fine wines. Our food menus have been designed so they are affordable, seasonal, generously portioned and use locally sourced produce. There is a selection of traditional pub classics and old favourites, as well as daily specials. On Sundays you will also be able to choose from a selection of roasts served with fresh vegetables, home-made Yorkshire puddings and gravy.
The Silver Groat is a great place to enjoy gorgeous grub and grog!!
“Have visited the fourpenny many times now since our return to warwick. What an improvement. The decor is lovely, and the staff are fantastic, so helpful and cheerful even when busy. The food is great. Have tried several dishes now and all have been excellent hot and tasty, when i want a burger it is the only place to go! the steaks which my husband loves and he is super fussy are so good, i had a beef dish on a potato base and it melted in my mouth – so tender and flavour wonderful. Whoever cooks this food are brilliant! The staff really go out of their way to ensure you are looked after (even giving our dog the occasional sausage!) and my husband loves the ale – the best place to drink and eat in warwick for anyone visiting or local! well done. Have been there with several family members as well and they wish they had a pub like it near them and the prices are really good.”
“Came here a year ago for a pre race drink. Was impressed then, returned this year and it’s been re decorated and it’s even better! Great new bar layout. Even more good beer to choose from. And clearly thriving as it was packed! Can’t wait to go again!”
“What a fab place! We’ve been interested in visiting for a meal for some time. We finally got around to popping in and all we can do is say what a wonderful experience we enjoyed! Great food, fantastic service and the wine was good too! Nothing not to like really!”
M40 Junction 15. Take exit to Warwick Town Centre, drive one mile and enter Warwick, continue on Stratford Road into West Street, take left onto Crompton Street. We have a Car Park with twelve spaces, alternatively there is Linen Street Car Park, which is open 8am-8pm. At the top of West Street, take a left onto Bowling Green Street for 100 yards. There is also parking at Warwick Racecourse.
Warwick Train Station is on the Chiltern Mainline, enjoying a regular service between London Marylebone and Birmingham Moor Street/Snow Hill. Once arrived either take a Taxi, there is a Taxi Company based at the Station. Alternatively catch the X17/16/X18 Bus at the bottom of Station Road to Warwick Racecourse. Alight and walk opposite main Racecourse entrance onto Crompton Street. We are half way distance into Crompton Street.
Bus X17/16/X18/G1/68. The X17/16/X18, run between Stratford, Warwick Leamington, Kenilworth & Coventry. Please alight at Warwick Racecourse main entrance and walk onto Crompton Street. X18 bypasses Kenilworth. The G1 and 68 run between Leamington and Warwick.
We look forward to welcoming you!