gastro-pub


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gastro-pub

n
(Cookery) a pub serving restaurant-quality food
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The gastro-pub, a sister venue to The Montgomery in Eastham and Old Sessions House in Knutsford, opened on Hardman Street in the summer of 2015.
The menu at Neighbourhood will feature British gastro-pub dishes including roasts, fish and chips and a selection of desserts.
JASON MOORE has returned to Gisborough Hall as head chef, having travelled around the UK and Europe working at a variety of locations and, most recently, assisted with Yorkshire-based Provenance Inns' gastro-pub openings all over the region.
Figures from market analysts Kantar Worldpanel reveal frozen dishes like Fish Chargrills and Peri Peri Chicken - aimed at couples who want easy to cook gastro-pub style grub - were the nation's best selling new consumer goods brand in 2014.
From the name of the pub to the music playing in the background, everything at the gastro-pub seems laid back - making it a great place to visit with friends for a fun evening.
After being together a year they've already bought a pub in a Cotswolds village which they plan to turn into a fine-dining gastro-pub - with Dave's farm supplying the fresh ingredients.
The Rat Inn at Anick, Hexham, Northumberland, was judged to be the 42nd best gastro-pub in the country for 2014
Dutch Kills Centraal is a new gastro-pub in the Dutch Kills area of L.
Michael Wares, formerly executive chef of the Downtown Athletic Club, and Lori Mace have opened The Cannery, a sustainable gastro-pub, at 345 E.
7-million-pound loan to a posh gastro-pub, the Daily Star reported.
19/20 DECOR: Split into two halves, The Bell is the perfect gastro-pub - with one side dedicated to dining and the other to customers having a few quiet drinks.
The 38-year-old who hails from Kirkby already has a gastro-pub in West Kirby and will soon serve diners at Ledsham's Craxton Wood Hotel, just over the border in Cheshire.