Af­ter­noon tea and cock­tails ... that’s Harry’s game

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Food and Drink -

Peter­bor­ough’s lat­est day/night venue opens to­mor­row aimed at those who love the finer things in life.

Harry’s, a stylish bar and café, has been tak­ing shape in a re­fur­bished part of the Sol­stice in North­min­ster, the con­cept of Mary McPar­land, whose par­ents-Michael and Eileen Boyle own the venue.

See­ing a gap in the mar­ket be­tween the city cen­tre’s food ori­en­tated res­tau­rants and booze-led bars, her vi­sion was to pro­vide a beau­ti­ful en­vi­ron­ment - she came up with the colour scheme and decor - where the “whole fam­ily could en­joy a fun and el­e­gant af­ter­noon or evening”.

There will be fresh pas­tries and cof­fee to go from 8am for those on their way to work, snacks all day, af­ter­noon tea, not to men­tion a se­lec­tion of pre­mium beers, wine and cham­pagne.

“Over the past cou­ple of months we have been build­ing Harry’s to give the peo­ple of Peter­bor­ough that some­thing ex­tra spe­cial that you won’t find any­where,” she said.

“The venue is aimed at those who love the finer things in life with our af­ter­noon tea menu served daily, Mon­day to Satur­day from 11am to 5pm, and Sun­day from 12pm to 5pm.

“We also of­fer a fan­tas­tic cof­fee and pas­try take-away menu for those in the city early doors from 8am, Mon­day to Fri­day.

“Our snack menu also ex­tends all day that we are open of­fer­ing an ar­ray of tasty treats, ap­pe­tis­ers and snacks to ac­com­pany your drinks.”

Mary de­scribed Harry’s as a “con­tem­po­rary de­signed venue of­fer­ing an ex­cep­tional ser­vice and a so­phis­ti­cated am­bi­ence within its colour­fully dressed in­te­rior” which at the week­end will of­fer some­where spe­cial, out of the way of the hus­tle and bus­tle, to un­wind and en­joy a drink or two with beau­ti­ful am­bi­ent mu­sic back­ground un­til the early hours.”

Harry’s will be open Mon­day to Fri­day: 8am to 11pm; Satur­day: 11am to 1am, Sun­day: 12pm to 11pm

To find out more about Harry’s Bar Café like the Face­book page ‘Harry’s Bar Café’ or got to www.har­rys­bar­

James McPar­land, Sean Boyle, Mary McPar­land, Michael McPar­land, Ste­fan McPar­land and Pa­trick Boyle ready for the open­ing of Harry’s.

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