Visited on a rainy Friday evening and managed to get a table inside, there aren't many and have been before when it's impossible even to stand anywhere without being in the way. Has a lovely quirky interior, art all over the bare walls and the bookshop and framers to the rear. Bar is small but well stocked with interesting beers and a wonderful selection of teas on display.
Staff were very friendly and pointed us to local bottled from Brightside. One was lovely, the other a bit warm, maybe it was poor stock rotation.
Didn't eat this time but have had nice pizza & nibbles of pate, hummus, dips before. All very nice, quick and tasty.
Nice and chilled atmosphere and we went back for a coffee and a slice of lovely cake the next morning.
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