Now serving our delicious new menu - click 'OUR MENU' tab for details
Welcome to The Dog & Partridge Marchington
The Dog & Partridge is an award-winning country pub and dining rooms situated at the heart of a beautiful Best Kept Village in East Staffordshire.
Named as one of CAMRA's Top 200 Local Pubs in 2015, we pride ourselves on our delicious and imaginative food and drink selection, and consistently appear at the top of the TripAdvisor listings in the area.
Far enough off the beaten track to feel like a proper village pub, we're also handily placed for attractions such as the Derbyshire Peak District, Alton Towers, Uttoxeter Racecourse and Sudbury Hall, as well as the historic market towns of Uttoxeter, Ashbourne and Tutbury, the National Football Centre at St George's Park and Britain's brewing capital, Burton upon Trent.
Whether it's a rambler's snack, a business lunch, a romantic dinner for two or a family celebration, we offer the perfect setting. For details of our menus, special offers or to book, please call us on 01283 820394.
Open all day Saturday and Sunday.
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Christmas Fayre menu from Nov 27 - see 'Our Menu' tab for details
SHARP'S SUNDAY SESSIONS - FREE LIVE MUSIC FROM 5.30PM EVERY SUNDAY. CLICK 'WHAT'S ON' FOR THE LATEST LISTINGS.
OUR OPENING TIMES
Monday - Thursday:
12 noon - 3pm / 6pm - 11pm
Every Wednesday is steak and wine night: offering delicious steak and a glass of wine from only £11.95
12 noon - 3pm / 5pm - midnight
Open all day 12 noon- midnight
Open all day from 12 noon with Sunday lunch served until 4pm.
The Marchington Sunday Sessions - the best in acoustic roots, rock, pop, folk, blues and country music, every Sunday from 5pm.
Clubs, societies and functions: We can take bookings for up to 50 people. Please book in advance by calling 01283 820394 or using our online booking page here.
We offer free wifi throughout the premises - please ask a member of staff for the password. Parking is available behind the pub.