The Botanist located on Godstall Lane in Chester is a place where antiquities and trinkets hang from the walls, and resident botanists craft unusual concoctions. Some arrive for the live music, some for the conversation; but at The Botanist Chester, all can enjoy a wondrous occasion...
Explore a secret garden of food and drink, where the Botanists have foraged high and low to bring you a host of exceptional food and drink delights.
The Botanist Chester are delighted to welcome you back from 17 May and booking your table couldn't be easier - simply click the 'Book Now' button above. There will be mobile contactless ordering from your table. Card payments only.
Now you can start Saturday or Sunday with Brunch Boards, available every weekend from 10 am from 19 June. Check out the delicious menu by clicking on the Offers & Events button at the top of the page.
On their adventures of cocktail experimentation & ale exploration, their experts discovered all there is to know about their craft. Truth be told, extracts from their travels have been cherished and can be discovered in our marvellous cocktail, gin and ale masterclasses.
Your pooches are welcome in the bar areaand they are very family-friendly. If you are looking for the perfect venue to host your special occasion, they cater for everything.
The beautiful and intricate venue is situated next to The Chester Cathedral and down the cobbled street of Werburgh. The venue backs onto the famous Godstall Lane and is the perfect spot for a cosy outdoor experience with shelter from the winter weather. There is also a beautiful roof terrace which is perfect for summer occasions. Their friendly hosts will greet you at the door to begin your valued journey with The Botanist Chester.
Check out their Facebook page for all the exciting events they’re hosting, including weekly quizzes, musical bingo and one-off special events!
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...a botanical world awaits!
Explore a secret garden of food and drink, a place where antiquities and trinkets hang from the walls, and resident botanists craft unusual concoctions