MOLES MUSIC CAFE OPENS IN BATH
A new Music Café has opened at Moles in Bath.
Open from 11am daily, the Music Café on George Street is offering a hearty, great value menu serving meals between midday and 3pm then again from 6pm to 9pm during the week and all day at weekends.
As well as home made burgers, delicious PieministerTM pies and beer battered fish with chunky skin-on fries, you can get stuck in to beans on toast, fish finger sandwiches, chip butties and an all day breakfast.
“Having somewhere in Bath that offers such a hearty menu at reasonable prices is long overdue” explains Sybil Bell, one of the owners. “Whilst the menu may seem simple, we’ve gone to great lengths to ensure great quality ingredients, sourced locally, responsibly and fair trade as much as possible.”
Meat comes from Bartletts Butchers, award winning Pieminister Pies are from Bristol, the bread is delivered fresh from Bath Bakery and Ice Cream is from local Marshfield Farm.
Freshly ground fair trade coffee with 100% natural handmade cakes as well as bar snacks, tea and crumpets, free use of board games and free Wi-Fi means there is something here for anyone to enjoy.
The Music Café even has a ‘bring your own mug’ scheme for regulars who’d like to enjoy a brew in their mug of choice.
The wine menu has also been changed to incorporate some great house wines as well as higher end options such as a stunning Sancerre Blanc La Cote Blanche Eric Louis from France and a wonderful Californian Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Cab Sauvignon. Beers include Zatec, a premium Czech lager and newly in, Blue Moon served with a slice of orange.
Moles is well renowned as a live music venue having had bands like Radiohead, Blur, Oasis, The Killers and Mumford and Sons play there. The opening of a music café, means that anyone, including those passionate about music, can now get their music fix during the day as well as at night.
by 247 Magazine