Where to eat during the Festival

Your guess is as good as ours as to how accurate this page will be by the time the festival happens. At the time of writing, none of these restaurants are allowed to be open of course. However, Cheltenham does have an exceptional selection of cafés, bars and restaurants, so we are sure you will be able to find somewhere to enjoy a good meal.

The Town Hall has an excellent café which will be serving food for much of the festival. However, if you fancy taking the to dine out in Cheltenham, we have an excellent selection of restaurants and cafés to suit all tastes and pockets. Many of them are within easy walking distance of the Town Hall.

A small selection of the most popular ones is shown below. If you find one which you think we should recommend, please let us know.If you are searching yourself on Google, you can search for restaurants in Montpellier or on The Promenade, Cheltenham. However, most restaurants in the town centre are no more than15 minutes walk away.

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Regency Café

  • Distance from Town Hall: 0.0 miles

  • Address: The Town Hall

  • Post Code: GL50 1QA

Pizza Express

  • Distance from Town Hall: 0.1 miles

  • Address: Belgrave House,
    Imperial Square,

  • Post Code: GL50 1QB

  • Phone: 01242 253896

Gianni Ristorante

  • Distance from Town Hall: 0.2 miles

  • Address: 1 Royal Well Place,

  • Post Code: GL50 3DN

  • Phone: 01242 221101

Closed on Sundays.

Brasserie Blanc

  • Distance from Town Hall: 0.2 miles

  • Address: The Promenade,

  • Post Code: GL50 1NN

  • Phone: 01242 266800

This is located in the Old Ballroom (sad!) at The Queens Hotel

Flynn's Bar and Brasserie

  • Distance from Town Hall: 0.5 miles

  • Address: 16-17 The Courtyard,
    Montpellier Street,

  • Post Code: GL50 1SR

  • Phone: 01242 252752