Currently or ready to study at Staffordshire University in Stoke On Trent but don’t know what this City famous for its pottery has to offer?
There are around 18,000 students located in Stoke-On-Trent and nightlife plays a big part in Uni lifestyle but where is there to go?
We’ve come up with a list of the top student hangouts…
Craft beer has increased in popularity over the last few years. If that is your thing then head to BottleCraft for your choice of hundreds of real ales, stouts, craft beers, porters, continental beers, lagers, ciders, and perries.
The Coachmakers Arms
Can you really beat a traditional good old fashioned pub?
We think you always need a good one to make your ‘local’ and The Coachmakers Arms could be just that.
Going for a wander down the canal? Stop off for refreshments and a seat outside at Barge-Inn Booze.
A JD Wetherspoons bar so no music for dancing BUT what exactly are Wetherspoons bars known for? Cheap food and booze of course and at the Wheatsheaf, they are aplenty.
A classic corner pub with a grand rounded mahogany bar and thought out craftsmanship. Only a short walk from the mainline station.
Apparently, Chicago’s is the place to party. Multiple rooms for dancing with drinks offers and packages available.
Dance through the decades at Reflex. 80’s, 90’s and 00’s music dominates evenings at Reflex. If you are looking to have a dance with your friends this is the place to go.
The Exchange Bar & Kitchen
If cocktails are more your thing The Exchange Bar may be for you, with its seasonally changed cocktail menu. The food also seems to be of the American variety too complete with a burger called… wait for it…The Graceland.
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