Gales of Llangollen
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Bailey's Fine Foods
If you're planning a picnic or lunch on the run, drop in here for locally baked pies and sausage rolls (or try a Welsh Oggie – a meat,...
18 Bridge St · interesting places nearby
Gales of Llangollen information
Equal parts wine bar and bistro, Gales is something of a Llangollen institution. It boasts an ever-changing seasonal menu best enjoyed with a good glass from the extensive wine list. The owners – who took a punt in the late 1970s by opening this, the first wine bar in North Wales – also run the wine shop next door.