Maytime Weekender 8th February 2019

Maytime Weekender  8th February 2019

Friday is here, the week is done, and now is time for the rewards of your toil. Unless of course, you started the weekend early by joining us for our Fizz Thursday offer last night (Don’t worry we won’t tell the boss why you have a sore head this morning). If you are looking for some inspiration about what to do this weekend and upcoming ones, here are a few suggestions…

Valentine’s Day

Psst, in case you have forgotten, next Thursday is Valentine’s Day! If you’re still looking for the perfect thing with which to spoil your loved one, then you might be interested in hearing all about our Maytime Valentine’s plans.

On Thursday the 14th of February, we will be serving a romantic specials menu, alongside our usual a la carte offerings, and you can mix and match between the two. Don’t worry however if you are worried about going out on a ‘school night’ this special menu will be available on Friday and Saturday evening too. To keep the 14th special, everyone who dines with us on Thursday will receive a homemade rhubarb-infused gin and tonic with their meal. Book now.

Six Nations

If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the rugby this weekend, then you’ll be pleased to hear we’re playing every single game this year, including the England game this Sunday, which starts at 3pm, so why not book a table to enjoy one of our legendary Sunday lunches before the match?

Wine Club Menu

It may still be a month away, but our Wine Club evenings are always hugely popular and we’re excited to say, we’ve announced the menu for our next event, which will be on Friday the 15th of March. This time around, much to the delight of Berkmann Wines’ resident expert, Alberto, we are doing an Italian wine themed evening. Full menu and more information.

Waiting for Godot

If you’re looking for a bit of culture then see if you can secure some tickets for the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham’s production of Waiting for Godot, Samuel Beckett’s most famous play and considered by many critics to be the most important work of theatre of the 20th century. More info.