Business Hours Update

August 06, 2018

Business Hours Update

 

It's been a while since we updated our business hours so we thought we’d give you low down. Things have changed a little bit recently and we’ve stopped doing our morning coffee service and takeaway service. There is a good reason that’s, unfortunately, out of our hands. But, more on that to come.

Happily the above hasn’t affected our licensing hours and you can still come in for a brew or to buy yourself a six-pack for a majority of the days waking hours. We do have a licence that runs until midnight (every day other than Sunday when we are licensed till 10pm), and we are not afraid to use it!

 

 

Sundays - Thursday

10am - 8pm 

Fridays & Saturdays

10am - Midnight

 

Hope To See You Soon!!






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