Georgia on my Mind

We are really pleased to be joining forces with the lovely people at Georgian Feast to bring you some of the most delicious street food we’ve ever tried.
Georgian Feast are a small locally based independent who offer a handful of dishes based on traditional food from around the Caucasus Mountains. They are absolutely passionate about introducing people to their food and the traditional wines which go with it (yes we now have some in stock) and they are locally renowned for their generosity and friendliness. Have I mentioned they are also a British Street Food 2018 awards FINALIST!
Find them on Facebook and Twitter or at https://suneli.uk/ for updates and to find out how to get tickets for their supper events.
Meanwhile they are popping up their tent at ours roughly once a month on either or both the Saturday & Sunday. Meaty & Vegan options are available and the cheese bread is absolutely addictive.

Getting Involved

Its February already; the 6 Nations has started, the Ale Trail has started and we’ve got stacks of music and tastings lined up. – Gigs for the next 5(?) weekends…

But this month there are a couple of new ventures we’d like you to get involved with – a brand new book club and a jam night.
Since we opened we have had a little donation library by the fireplace but we want to extend that into the back room and if we can get you guys together it’d be great to have a monthly book club. If you want an incentive to read something new, or an excuse to meet up with other people who enjoy reading then you should join us on the last monday of the month and help us work out what to do next.
Or if you are a little more musically inclined on the last wednesday of the month, in association with Boogie Wookie, we will have a drop in Jam session. So if you fancy trialling a new band or finding someone to play with or just listening to some local talent pop in and share a few tunes.

We look forward to seeing you