The lounge at the Lincoln Hotel offers superb lounge food, afternoon tea, drinks and service with amazing views of the ancient Lincoln Cathedral.According to legend, Queen Victoria’s (1819 – 1901) lady-in-waiting, Anna Maria Stanhope, more commonly known as the Duchess of Bedford, created the original, traditional Afternoon Tea.During the 18th and 19th century it became commonplace for people to eat dinner later and later, making room for a mid afternoon treat. Join us at The Lincoln Hotel to enjoy Afternoon Tea or something from the lounge menu with amazing views of the ancient Lincoln Cathedral within our warm and comfortable surroundings.
The lack of ambiance wasn’t your fault,just a result ofCovid precautions.The young man who served us was attentive without being intrusive,perfect in fact.We were the only diners present (3 of us).The food was fine,and of course cheap with the “eat out to help out” initiative.
The William Foster is just off the main High Street, in Lincoln’s main shopping area, with something for all ages and needs. During the daytime, we offer a plush (but easy-going) atmosphere, with a vibrant lunchtime trade – an easy venue in which to chill, meet, eat and drink – with specials offers on food and drink.By night, we become the place to meet for either a nice quiet drink or, depending on your mood, a great place to start your party night, with a vast range of cocktails and drinks offers.On Fridays and Saturdays we have our residents playing all of your party favourites.
The Mailbox is a friendly venue offering delicious food, great drinks and unforgettable experiences. Come and visit us for any occasion including lunch/dinner visits, Birthdays and all other special occasions. Or to watch some of the live sport that we show.
We went to Lawsons to celebrate my fathers 92nd birthday. We were greeted by friendly accommodating staff and shown to a lovely table. The service was excellent as was the food and the ambiance. I would happily recommend this establishment for a special occasion without hesitation. Four clean plates at the end of the meal were testimony to this.