Continuing the theme of “Our Summer of Pub” allow us to proudly present to you (our beloved beer guzzlers) THE COOPERS ARMS.
“Now doubt – Now pain
Come never again
For her sight gives me sigh for sigh”
(That’s the moose we’re talking about BTW, such words for a pub would just be silly wouldn’t it?)
Poetry by Edgar Allen Poe, taken from “Eulalie”
All photos courtesy and copyright of: http://hamblinimagery.com/site/reel
Our first venture outside the great walls of Londinium, would you please raise a glass to The Seven Stars of Brighton!
All images courtesy of http://hamblinimagery.com/site/reel
After a long wait and a whole load of appealing The Grafton were finally given permission to build their roof terrace, after an even longer wait we finally managed to get down and do a photoshoot! Oh yeah and then there’s the Board Room. Have a looky at what we did!
At last, photos of St James….
Its been a Rollercoaster ride but we got there in the end and from all the positive feedback received so far it was worth every bit of elbow grease. St James of Bermondsey officially opened at 11am today, phew!
Photoshoot will be happening some time in the near future. Until then, here’s the pub’s website: http://www.stjamesse16.com/
….and here are some spectacular illustrations of our last minute preparations http://www.stjamesse16.com/our-blog/ sketched up by the brilliant http://www.daveyf.co.uk/ (that’s Naomi in the stripey tights!)
Photo courtesy of http://tylertowers.me/
……and it aint another block of flats!
In precisely 9 days from now fine crafty beers and delicious oozy pies will be served up to anyone wise enough to be within the handsome walls of St James of Bermondsey. What was very almost swallowed up by property developers and turned into flats is instead undergoing an intensive refurb and will very soon be reborn after being restored back to its former glory.
Follow its progress here: http://www.stjamesse16.com/
See you at the opening!
Following the official opening last Friday Tatreez Cafe is now in full swing!
Serving up delicious Palestinian treats and tasty tasty Lebanese wine (which by the way is one of the most gulpable pleasuresome red wines ever to grace the inside of my mouth) and with plenty of live music nights which range from Folk Gypsy to traditional Palestinian to Afro Fusion, if you haven’t already been, its well worth a visit, and when you do I’m sure you’ll be going back again and again…and again….and……anyway enough words, its over to the pictures.