The best venues in every UK county have been revealed and Three Eagles are granted top County spot!
Three Eagles Bar & Grill woke up to some exciting news this morning, having been named one of the best county venues in the National Pub & Bar Awards 2021. Three Eagles have taken top spot for the county of Denbighshire and the team are thrilled!
The National Pub & Bar Awards aims to put the finest on-trade businesses across the UK in the national spotlight, showcasing just how diverse and creative the hospitality industry really is, as well as how these inspirational operations have survived the pandemic. A total of 94 pubs and bars received the prestigious National Pub & Bar Award.
The venues, which have been selected on overall best practice across a number of operational categories, will be officially crowned at a red carpet celebration at 30 Euston Square on Monday 6 September. At the grand final, 15 Regional Winners will also be announced, as well as the esteemed accolade – the overall National Pub & Bar of the Year.
Three Eagles will go up against seven county competitors in a fight for the regional title and hope to be in the running following a monumental return to service post-pandemic.
Adam Gaunt-Evans, Director or Restaurants and Bars, One Hundred Knights, said:
“It’s a true testament of how hard the team have worked to get us back up and running since we re-emerged from lockdown. I’m so proud of everyone involved and we’re thrilled to win the County National Pub & Bar Award for Denbighshire. The atmosphere and experience at the Three Eagles is unrivalled and we have a fantastic following of customers, we hope we can go all the way in the final!”
“I’ve never been prouder of this industry,” says Tristan O’Hana, editor of Pub & Bar magazine, which hosts the event. “The entries for this year’s awards demonstrated the undeniable value that communities place on their beloved pubs and bars. To be able to acknowledge the hard work and diligence of venues across 94 UK counties is an absolute privilege. These outstanding venues deserve this recognition now more than ever.”