The Flour Factory had a relaunch on Tuesday Night 14th July 2015 to a packed bar of over 150 guests. The numbers in the crowd proved how high the demand was for unique inner city bar.
The Flour Factory is a fascinating building. I had not been to the venue for about 4 years when it was originally Venn bar. I loved Venn it was the perfect inner city spot to chill out on a Friday after work. However, The Flour Factory is so much more.
The bright lights of the window signs are very enticing and are an excellent addition to this venue's decor. Queen Street is lit up at night by the bright sign that makes the street and the venue all the more inviting.
The venue has several different spaces, which is something that really added to the atmosphere of this space. You can sit down near the kitchen in all its warmth and enjoy a quiet table while enjoying one of the artisan dishes, or you can perch yourself near the bar to enjoy a beautiful glass of the delightful vermouth.
There is also an upstairs bar called the Sherry which I haven't had the chance to enjoy just yet but I have a feeling its going to become my Friday haunt…
There is so much effort placed into this venue that it is hard to leave without being exceptionally impressed by the detail that has gone into every last crevice. It is also a place of interesting historic merit. It is 'An inner city public house across three floors of a historic 100-year-old flourmill'. The eclectic venue fuses together a NYC deli with Spanish bodega cocktail bar. The food has an artistic flair and the drinks have very fine detail.
We totally spoilt ourselves and went here 2 nights in a row we loved it so much the first time, and there are so many tasty items on the menu! Great place to sit and eat great food over a great wine in a fantastic atmosphere. Highly recommend!