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By Tarvin Webteam - 16th April 2014 6:00am
Easter is a time for family, for food and for celebration- which just so happen to be our specialities! We'll be open all over the bank holiday weekend serving up our usual award winning mixture of fresh seasonal food, local ales, world wines and friendly faces.
Starting this Thursday we will be running our weekly Stuart's Steak Nights, see below for a bit more information, but for those of you who love a good steak and miss his home made coleslaw and ratatouille, this night is for you! Not only that, but for every person ordering off the steak menu, we will give a complimentary pint of beer, small glass of wine or soft drink! And don't forget Thursdays are Thirstdays here at The Gunnery, so even if you want to indulge in a few beverages, it still won't break the bank! All draught beers and ales and a selection of small house wines are £2.75 ALL night.
Stuart will be donning his chef hat on Easter Sunday to cook up our famous Sunday Roasts; what better way to celebrate the end of lent than by indulging in one of his renowned Roast Beef, Turkey or Pork sunday lunches, accompanied of course by a glass of whatever takes your fancy?!
Our opening hours for the bank holiday are as follows:
Good Friday- Food 12-9:30pm, Drink 12-12.00am
Saturday- Food 12-9:30pm, Drink 12-12.00am
Easter Sunday- Food 12-5:00pm, Drink 12-8:00pm
Easter Monday- Food 5-9:00pm, Drink 5-11:00pm
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