It has been a terrible week for the hospitality industry with the Prime Minister urging people to limit social interactions to curb the spread of Covid-19.

But Warrington's pubs, restaurants and cafes are not going to give up that easily.

Many eateries have launched delivery or collection takeaway options so they can keep serving their communities, remain open and protect their staff.

These are the ones that we know about so far and there is a contact form if you want your business to be added as we will be keeping the 'directory' updated as we go along.

Deadeyes, Bridge Street

Deadeyes offers burgers, dogs and street food such as ribs and mozzarella fingers.

You can choose from their selection of two-course meals for £10.95 with free delivery within three miles.

This service is open Thursday to Saturday from 5pm to 10pm. Get in touch on Facebook or call 573462 or 07552400515.

Donatello Italian, Orford Lane

Donatello can now deliver pizzas to your door within a three-mile radius of the restaurant on orders of £15. There is a £1.50 delivery fee to cover costs.

A statement on Facebook said: "Maintaining a safe distance, our drivers will make the service as safe and contactless as possible.

"Enjoy fresh authentic Italian food from the comfort of your home."

Order by calling 415152.

Efes Brasserie, Sankey Street

Efes is still taking takeaway orders for its Indian and Greek food and has introduced a home delivery service too. Call 632987.

The George and Dragon, Glazebury

All the pizzas, pastas, burgers and pub classics are available to those avoiding social contact.

Christopher Cox, from the pub restaurant, said: "Since the decline in sales due to the coronavirus outbreak, we have now offer takeaway and delivery to all our guests.

"We feel this will also assist our more vulnerable guests that are unable to go out due to current age guidelines from the government."

Call 763296.

Heaths 26, Stockton Heath

All of the cafe's sit-in menu is available for collection. That includes breakfasts, sandwiches, wraps, omelettes, baked potatoes and salads as well as specials.

Payment can be taken over the phone. Call 262626.

Horseshoe Inn, Croft

The Horseshoe has launched a takeaway and delivery service to try and keep going for as long as possible in difficult circumstances.

On offer is the likes of fish and chips, homemade burgers, pasta dishes and beef stroganoff as well as roast dinners on Sunday.

Payment is taken over the phone and free delivery is available within a four-mile radius. Call 764464.

La Boheme, Lymm

People can choose from a special menu on the restaurant’s website and place an order over the phone for collection.

Olivier Troalen, chef-proprietor of La Boheme, said: “The restaurant is open as normal, but with reduced capacity to allow for distancing. We also understand that people may wish to cancel bookings under the current circumstances.

“This is why we have decided to join other restaurants, cafés and hospitality organisations who are offering their food to take away. We are also hoping to offer delivery within a five-mile radius of the restaurant, with some flexibility. This way, we can continue to support our family of staff and suppliers, and people who choose to stay at home can still enjoy the same food that they come to La Boheme for.”

Call 753657.

Mr Lau's, Springfield Street 

Dedicated dim sum restaurant and Warrington favourite Mr Lau's is now offering delivery in response to the outbreak.

The full menu - including drinks - is available at

You can also order ahead and choose a time for when you want the meal to arrive.

Mrs Massey's Munchies at The Imperial Hotel, Bewsey Road

Breakfasts, jacket potatoes, baguettes, pies and pub grub cooked fresh to order.

Delivery available from 9am to 2pm with payment by cash or bank transfer.

Find them on Facebook or call 07730467208.

Room Forty mobile afternoon tea

Jen Perry, from Room Forty, will now deliver 'afternoon tea in a box' to customers' doorsteps.

It is described as the full afternoon tea experience - just without the personal table service normally provided. 

Expect sandwiches, cakes, scones, vintage china, cutlery, tablecloths and even bunting.


The Stag at Walton

The pub has launched 'The Stag at Home'.

A Facebook post said: "You can collect as usual, or we will now deliver for you - useful if you’re self isolating or just want to stay at home.

"Also, if you’re running short of milk, bread or anything else that the One-Stop shop next door sells, we will happily shop for your groceries and deliver at the same time as your meal."

Call 261680.

The Station House, Padgate

The Padgate pub restaurant has launched an online ordering system in response to customer feedback.

It is available between 12pm and 8pm each day via card payment.

The menu features fully loaded American-style burgers and hotdogs and house favourites like hunter's chicken and beef and ale pie.


Trigger Pond, Great Sankey

Trigger Pond is offering a takeaway service with 20 per cent discount.

It has pub favourites like beer battered fish and chips and buttermilk chicken and a dedicated vegan menu.

Manager Karina Rogers said: "We will also deliver to anyone that is vulnerable and should they need anything like shopping, we are more than happy to help."

Call 791165

Uncle Don's Fish and Chip Shop, Grafton Street

Uncle Don's is launching free delivery from tomorrow, Friday. The tea time service will be available from 4pm to 7.30pm.

A spokesman said: "Hopefully this will appeal to the elderly , people who are self isolating or people who just do not want to come into contact with others. If it proves successful we will look to increase the hours in which we offer this. Call us on 659943."

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