The buzzing market town of Chesterfield isn't known locally as Ches Vegas for nothing. Once the busy flower and food market has closed up for the day (chartered in 1204), the ancient town centre comes to life with cafes, bars, eateries and nightclubs. The town is very attractive, with cobbled streets, Medieval buildings and the famous twisted spire of the Church of St Mary's & All Saints, and the pedestrian areas are decorated with fairy lights and floral displays. Around Chesterfield town centre lie beautiful villages and smaller towns, including Ashover, Baslow and Bolsover. Whether you're visiting to take in the history of Hardwick Hall, to walk the Peak District or to enjoy theatre at the Pomegranate, you'll find plenty of great food to enjoy at a Chesterfield steakhouse afterwards.