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St Mary's & Dogpole

St Mary's & Dogpole

Connecting The Castle Quarter to Wyle Cop, St Mary's and Dogpole is home to a wonderful array of independents. Explore vintage fashion, stylish homeware, pick up the perfect gift and more. Quench your thirst at traditional pubs or quirky cocktail bars, and eat around the world with food hailing from all corners of the globe. 

Here you can also find The Parade Shops. Boasting 2 floors of unique independents including grocers, eateries, health and beauty, fashion, collectibles and more, it's a truly unique shopping experience.

At the centre sits Shrewsbury's largest church, St Mary's, for which the area is named. Dating from the Saxon times and home to one of the tallest spires in England, St Mary's Church now operates as an event space and independent café.

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Drapers Hall

Situated in the historic Guild Hall of the Shrewsbury Drapers Society, RHUBARB serves quality local ingredients that are cooked with skill and passion. Drapers Hall also has six...

Subway, St Mary's Street

Subway is the world's largest restaurant chain, with more than 41,000 locations over 100 plus countries. They offer a wide variety of better-for-you sandwiches and salads. Please...

The Loggerheads

The Loggerheads is a traditional beer house, selling good food and real ale. Situated on the corner of St Mary's Street and Church Street, the building is thought to date back to...

Cromwell's Inn

Cromwell's Hotel, Restaurant and Bar offers high quality, en-suite accommodation in Shrewsbury town centre, as well as contemporary food, fine wines and real ales in traditional...

The Yorkshire House

Situated in the shadow of St Marys Church, the Yorkshire House is a friendly and traditional pub offering a great selection of real ales. The Grade II listed building has low...