Drinks Anyone?

Planning a party, get together, special occasion or simply looking for unique venues, that you could hire? Then look no more! Centenary Lounge has two amazing locations.


The Cross, Worcester, is an amazing restaurant set in the beautiful and elegant Art Deco style. Providing you with an authentic experience of what it was like in the bygone era of Britain’s railways. From the Georgian sweeping staircase, 1930’s inspired bar to its elegant cocktails and cuisine, Centenary Lounge will wow your guests with its atmosphere and ambience.

Aasia and her amazing team are inviting you to come and join them for Sophisticated Soiree Evenings, After work Parties, Corporate drinks Receptions or that perfect party for your loved one. Or why not push out the boat and hire the entire venue?

The venue would be exclusively yours for the day, so you could relax and enjoy the fact that only your guests will be sharing these unique facilities, as you mark your special occasion. Sleek, sophisticated and elegant surroundings leave that all important lasting impression. Why settle for anything less than the very best? To tempt you further, we have just launched Centenary Lounge’s extensive Cocktail Menu with all your traditional favourites as well as some exciting new gin-based creations for you to try.

Moor Street

Celebrating Britain’s Historic Railways, the café is modelled on a 1930s Great Western Railway style refreshment room, complete with many of the appropriate features: the iconic GWR roundel, sophisticated walnut panelling and even an authentic period fireplace relocated from the original London GWR headquarters at Paddington station.

For a themed party, reception we can offer a splendid range of classic dishes and simple sandwiches, from breakfast through to lunch and delightful afternoon tea packages. Alongside our extensive coffee and tea options, we also provide a range of freshly-made smoothies, and iced coffees. We are fully licensed to serve alcohol in this venue, so indulge in a glass of wine, chill out with an ale or warm your guests up with a liqueur coffee. A warm and convivial welcome awaits.