Now, it’s been a while since we last spoke, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been a whole lot going on in the party world.
Take last week for instance, a little birdie told me that the Cape Bar on Wood Street were launching their 5 o’clock club, so I had to check it out.
I knew launch night would be rammed, so I rang up Cape’s Party Planner, the lovely Ashleigh and got myself and my friends on the guest list ready for a great night.
And what a night it was! Turns out we could get our hands on 2 Cocktails for the price of 1, so naturally we took full advantage. My friend LOVES Blue Lagoons so went straight for that. It looked amazing! So blue and refreshing! I opted for the Little Miss Sunshine, simply because I am! It was delicious, the perfect blend of Mango, Passion Fruit and Orange Juice – I would definitely recommend!
The upstairs mezzanine area had been kept solely for the 5 o’clock club, giving the whole thing an amazing feeling of exclusivity. We certainly felt like V.I.P’s!
We had a great time, and it certainly helped us wind down after a day in the office! I would definitely check this out if I were you; I know I will be back for more! Check out their Cocktail Menu and decide what you’ll be having first!
Howdy Do Dah!
This week’s blog features a newly discovered bar in Epsom of all places! I actually went to The Vestry simply because I had a business meeting/lunch scheduled there.
I had a little whip round and asked everyone beforehand if they had been there and what it’s like (call it research), and the over-riding opinion was that “It’s reet good for Ale and stuff” or “They have a good beer garden so it had better be sunny”. Both pretty good reviews – albeit brief. Ale and beer gardens are a good match anyway.
Tally Ho’ to The Vestry!
A separate area had already been reserved for us which was handy.
My colleagues were right, it does have a nice beer garden.
Looks like they have a good selection of Real Ale available too.
Do I spy 30% off food? I think so! Pass me a menu!
Scores on the (royal) doors:
Food and service: Big up to manager Josh! It’s nice to see a happy Pub Manager.
Atmosphere and decoration: It’s very nice and airy and very very well kept.
Facilities: Again…shiny, lovely and clean!
Talent Radar: According to Josh, a real mixture, younger on the weekends.
Fun Factor: Well I was there for a meeting but it has the potential to be a good party spot.
Perfect for: Lunch, Real Ale, sunny beer gardens, meetings
In 3 words: Two thumbs up.
We booked our area through Party at the Pub, if you want to do the same, visit their website.