Food and Drink

St Albans is fast becoming a mecca for lovers of food and drink.

Award-winning restaurants, traditional pubs, modern bars, family-friendly cafés, well-stocked delicatessens, independent wine merchants and lively markets… There's something for everyone here.

This website is a celebration of St Albans’ food and drink culture in all its guises, with contributions from the Herts Ad’s regular columnists and information on regular events such as the annual St Albans and Harpenden Food and Drink Festival.

Food and Drink news
Friday, August 3, 2018

Recent figures for the UK are showing that after years of Prosecco being the ‘everyday’ drink for many wine drinkers sales are slowing down and consumers are looking for alternative fizz to enjoy and for better quality sparkling wines and Champagne for celebrations.

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Roger Protz Beer column
Tuesday, January 16, 2018

London’s St Pancras is no stranger to people living in St Albans and they can follow the station’s fascinating history and its close links to beer and brewing as the Grade I-listed Gothic building celebrates its 150th anniversary.

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Wine with Julia column
Friday, August 3, 2018

Recent figures for the UK are showing that after years of Prosecco being the ‘everyday’ drink for many wine drinkers sales are slowing down and consumers are looking for alternative fizz to enjoy and for better quality sparkling wines and Champagne for celebrations.

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