Antique scuba diving helmets, port holes and weird and wonderful artwork lines the walls to confuse groggy visitors into thinking they’ve dropped anchor at sea, all part of the charm of this one-of-a-kind dive bar.
Take your doubloons to the quirky handmade bar created from recycled bridge timber and you’ll find a selection of craft beers and cider on tap as well as list of classic cocktails to rum-inate over. There’s also plenty of eats coming from the galley, with a very unique menu concept providing some seriously cool sounding (and tasty) share plates. A ‘floating menu’ sails to exotic destinations every few months, picking up new ingredients along the way to provide creative eats a world away from anything you’ll find at your usual Friday night hangout.
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