Welcome to the Courtyard, We've Got Food 'n' Drinks
Published on 13 September 2017
Picture the scene. It’s four o’clock on a Friday afternoon. You’re tired, thirsty and done for the week. Your eyelids feel heavy. It’s Friday and that 9 to 5 week is nearly finished for two whole days. You can feel the anticipation building, like a spotty teenager who’s about to finish school for the summer holidays.
You’re thirsty, craving something cold to trickle down your throat. Not water though, it’s Friday. Bottle or glass? Who cares.
You want to go somewhere affordable. Not cheap, but a place that’s not going to cost you half of your hard-earned wages to buy a bottle of red with your meal.
Somewhere with a view. Somewhere you can take selfies and post them on Instagram with a boss hashtag, Photoshop worthy filter and snappy tagline. Everyone will know you have got that #FridayFeeling.
Let’s be honest for minute, we all have those moments where we just want to go to a chain pub and be done with it. It’s cheap and cheerful. The Courtyard Bar & Kitchen is the place to go when you want something nice. It’s not the kind of place where you will get the bill and have a heart attack (but secretly play it cool, whilst wondering how many super noodle meals you can stomach until payday before you turn into one).
Why restrict yourself to one main meal? Why not have three? Can’t make up your mind? Pick three starters and a healthy vegetable dish. It’s the place where indecisiveness rules and you get to be surrounded by plates of gorgeous, tasty food. So many Insta opportunities.
We have got more drinks than you could shake a cocktail stick at. Not one, not two, but twenty-seven gins for you to choose from. Want something a bit fancier? Our Cocktail menu will make your throat dry in anticipation. All the classics; vodka, rum, whiskies and wines from all over the world. It’s a cultural experience really.
As of this weekend, Courtyard Bar & Kitchen is open from 12pm (11am at the weekend) for lunch, brunch, dinner and even supper if you’re feeling peckish.