Head to The Slug and Lettuce this weekend to celebrate the Easter Holiday! With great deals on food and drink, The Slug and Lettuce is the place to party the Easter Weekend away!
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The Slug and Lettuce is part of a huge chain across the country, but mostly parts of London and the South East of England. It is located on the High Street meaning it is very accessible, and also very close to the taxi ranks and bus stops down the road. This means it facilitates to both students living off campus as well as those living on campus. From an extensive menu, The Slug and Lettuce serves food and drinks starting from coffee in the mornings, lunches, evening meals, and stays open until late for drinks and partying. It is also available for private hire and accommodates functions very well in its spacious function rooms. Continue reading
Yates is situated at the top of North Hill in Head St. in town. It is open every day, serving food and drink during the day with wi-fi and televisions showing sports, it then transforms into a club at night. They have an extensive food menu, which is displayed on their website. This includes a breakfast menu, lunchtime deals, grills, low calorie meals, sharers, Yates favourites, and desserts. Along with their great food and drink deals in the daytime, Yates is the place to be for a good night out. There is also a substantial drinks menu, also on their website, with many well priced drinks. Drinks at Yates are ideally priced for students with many cocktails, pints, bombs and pitchers along many others. Continue reading
For St. Patrick’s Day, my friends and I ventured into town to celebrate; I had heard very good things about The Fox and Fiddler pub so we decided to check it out. It did not disappoint. The Fox and Fiddler was a great little pub. Near the centre of town it is really accessible and easy to find. The prices of drinks are usually very reasonable but they were especially good for St. Patrick’s day. There’s seating at the bar or very comfortable sofas and other seating areas all around the pub. Continue reading
Playhouse Colchester is part of the Wetherspoon pub chain. However, it is very different from other Wetherspoon pubs. The building has undertaken many different changes; it was first an actual playhouse in 1929. In the 1930’s it transformed into a cinema, and then in 1981 it became a bingo hall. From there it remained an empty building until it was made into a pub in 1994. Because of these changes, they have kept the playhouse décor with the pub on the ground floor which is overlooked by the seating area covered with mannequins, puppets and cardboard cut-outs of famous people and other celebrities. There is even a private box for the royal family. Continue reading