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Discussion in 'Pubs and Eating Out' started by Tilly, Apr 11, 2019.
Jonathan Routh, eating "carrot goldfish" from fish tanks in pet shops - genius.
Oddly enough, that is one of the first images that always springs to mind, that and the Ford Pop with no engine rolling into the filling station.
And the Customs Booths at the Severn Bridge.
Courtesy of Industryarch posting on the local cAMRA facebook page -
Easy going place, boozing not primary, good luck to 'em....
Anything apple based?
Sorry I didna notice any and no plans to re-visit anytime soon.....
Good luck to them, but isn't the location a bit shit?
Might just be me thinking that, but it's rather hard to spot that area unless you look into it more, it's very hidden away.
Agreed but they are ideally placed for Stafford's curry quarter mile along Bridge Street.
It sounds like the type of establishment that a certain clientele will seek out via the Internet before they go. Craft beer bars are rarely a high street footfall type of place. It places like Birmingham and London they crop up off the beaten track on railway arches, industrial units and refurbished shipping containers etc.
A number of other units are about to open too, which will increase the footfall. I'm looking forward to going.
Always thought that area would be great for a few food/drink outlets.
They've got Hogan's in @tek-monkey
Thanks, I'll try to pop by on Friday
I went to Candid on Monday and I had lovely drink of Ridgeside beer.
I hadn't appreciated until Monday how many independent businesses are located at Woodings yard. The former library is also looking great and will hopefully encourage more foot fall in that area.
I wish the business every success.
This has just popped up, it may be a one-off event for tonight.
Still not been!
Well, I'm not stopping now - you should have gone before we left!
I was there on Thursday with my wife and eldest child. It was very good. The pizza and beer with both very good.
Love this place.