His­toric Tav­ern given new look

Pub dat­ing back to 1728 is re­fur­bished

Harefield Gazette - - NEWS - By Adrian Seal adrian.seal@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

ONE of Eal­ing’s most his­toric pubs, the Eal­ing Park Tav­ern, has re­opened fol­low­ing an ex­ten­sive re­fur­bish­ment un­der new own­ers, ETM Group.

Fea­tur­ing a 60-cover restau­rant, large bar, two pri­vate func­tion rooms and an ex­pan­sive walled gar­den, the pub, in South Eal­ing Road, opened its doors to cus­tomers on De­cem­ber 8.

It has re­tained the tra­di­tional charm that se­cured its place in the London Inventory of His­toric Pub In­te­ri­ors, while em­brac­ing a stylish re­fur­bish­ment.

In 1728, the pub op­er­ated as the Lewis Fur­nell Brew­house where brew­ing took place on site un­til the mid 1800s. Now, more than 200 years on, the pub is bring­ing the art of brew­ing back with its own mi­cro­brew­ery.

Brew­ing bit­ters and pale ales, as well as spe­cial sea­sonal ad­di­tions, the mi­cro­brew­ery will pro­vide its wares di­rect to the bar with the Eal­ing Park Tav­ern Brew­mas­ter on hand for tast­ings, tu­to­ri­als and beer and food match­ing din­ners.

A range of menus in­cludes lunch, din­ner, bar snacks and Sun­day lunch, all char­ac­terised by the use of Bri­tish and Euro­pean sea­sonal pro­duce, sourced from se­lect UK farms and niche sup­pli­ers,

There will also be an ex­ten­sive wine list to sit along­side the home­brewed ales, pre­mium bot­tled lagers, cider, spir­its and clas­sic cock­tails.

A num­ber of events and spe­cial evenings will add to the at­mos­phere to en­sure the Eal­ing Park Tav­ern be­comes the go-to lo­cal for the neigh­bour­hood.

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