Red Lion59 Northgate Street
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Close to Chester's main square, the Red Lion was built in around 1600, with the interior restored as part of the Nicholson chain in 2010. Notable by its black and white style of the Tudor period it claims a haunted cellar, a tale emphatically retold by a previous landlady. There is a single bar area with a dedicated dining room behind, though meals are served throughout. There are 6 hand pumps serving a regularly changing selection of ales