This Sunday afternoon I popped in to listen to some music and have a bite to eat. We had the pleasure of listening to Liz Bradley an acoustic soloist, singer and guitarist. The mood was laid back and casual, the place was very welcoming.
This is a great little venue. It has two floors, although the top floor is only open for events of which many appear to be organised by the venue itself. Downstairs has kitchen tables with both padded and wooden chairs. There are also a couple of couches, lots of nooks and crannies to congregate and talk.
There appeared to be only one staff member on duty in the front of the house, who also appeared to be the owner and was happy to talk about what he had done about the renovations of the place. It was very apparent that he was happy with his work and pleased that I also liked what he had created. Service was slow and relaxed but the food was of an excellent quality. We shared a small pizza called a Marge and a "Ayyyy Caramba" (known respectively to the commoners such as myself - a Margarita Pizza and a plate of Nachos), the flavours were fresh and servings were generous.
The exposed brickwork and steal reinforced arches all add to the atmosphere, there are quirky lampshades and small bits of light blue tessellated art pieces, which hang very high on the wall.