Whether you’re dressed as a pirate or ignoring it all and escaping the crowds in town, you’re welcome to come and find a spot in our gardens during this glorious weather to relax and have a bite to eat, a drink or even check out some live music we have planned on Thursday evening. Here’s whats in store….
Thursday 6-10pm Live Music, Bar & Kitchen
Vlad Miller and Notes From Underground, contemporary Jazz quartet featuring Vlad Miller (piano),
Les Booth (six- string electric bass), Dave Rohoman (drums) and Adrian Northover (saxes) perform original compositions from their newly released “Kurakins Diary”. See more on them HERE.
Our bar will be open from 6 as will the Garden Kitchen serving wood fired pizzas and from the house, a home made mixed bean and veg chilli (vegan). Music starts at 7.30pm, donations to the musicians strongly recommended.
Friday – Garden Kitchen 4-10pm
The weekend continues with our Friday spot; freshly made wood fired pizzas, fully stocked bar and relaxed vibes…
Saturday – Private hire
Sunday Lunch 12.30-3.30ish
Finish off the weekend with our Sunday Service; lovingly prepared and sourced Sunday lunch…
- local roast lamb, home made redcurrant jelly and mint sauce
- Beacon Best Nut Roast, sweet potato puree (vegan option always available)
Each main comes with roasties, seasonal vegetables and a home brewed gravy. Plus this week, an additional extra of cauliflower cheese.
- Dressed crab platter; brown shrimp, fresh aioli, potato salad and a medley of our own garden salads.
Dessert is a choice of vegan Sticky Toffee Pudding or Eton Mess cake….
Get in touch/bookings email@example.com or (01424) 431 305
Hello Beacon friends,
As a former caterer myself I used to be deeply sceptical of people asking for gluten-free options, I wondered how many of them were really coeliacs. Well I was wrong: enormous numbers of people suffer from irritable bowel syndrome, and I am now one of them. We generally ask for gluten-free (although really we mean wheat- rye- and barley-free (close enough). Sadly, nice breads and cakes and quite a lot of pulses, beans and vegetables are off the menu too, or only in very small quantities. Many of the vegan options include these.
Can I make a suggestion? If you try a special gluten-free and IBS-friendly option it would indicate perhaps how many of us there are locally. For example, an IBS roast dinner would be the usual, but green beans, chard and carrots instead of broccoli or other cabbage-type things. I know, I know its a pain!
Thanks for reading, Barbara
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Hi Barbara, we try to be as flexible as we can and include everybody’s dietary requirements. With a little notice we can put together a hearty meal to suit your needs, especially at the moment as our garden is being very generous so we have fresh veg a plenty!
See you soon