The beer garden at Jeremy’s at The Boathouse is getting good use since owner Rachel Bray turned the grass area into al fresco dining and drinking with picnic tables a few weeks back.
As well as the balcony overlooking the Calder and Hebble Navigation it is giving the people of the area plenty of choice for having a drink and enjoying a bite in the good weather.
Over the Tour De France weekend the venue also held its first barbecue, first of one of many after its success.
People were tucking into burgers, sausages, ribs, pork chops and many other tasty barbecue cooked treats.
There is also a new menu which has extended their tapas selection and they have also brought back some old favourites including beer battered fish and chips, the Jeremy’s burger, sausage and mash, plus seasonal salads.
If you fancy a sweet treat they are now also serving a crumble and cheesecake of the day.
“We are keeping the menu fresh and serving the best of the seasonal produce while keeping our customers happy with plenty of choice along with their firm favourites,” said Rachel.
A new early bird menu has been introduced, served Monday to Thursday 5-7pm, with two dining on a main meal for £12.
If the weather is good, the Sunday live music act from 4pm has also been playing outside in the beer garden.
This Friday night they have live music from Fiery Biscuit, who have said they will be bring the 90’s disco to Jeremy’s.
On Saturday evening from 9pm they have a party band called Bootylicious and the Sunday acoustic session is with Scott Fletcher.
If you are looking for something different to do to celebrate your birthday or perhaps a hen party, then look no further than Jeremy’s.
Rachel has introduced the cocktail party experience. It is priced at £15 per head for a minimum of eight people.
You will be shown and will make cocktails, as well as tasting them of course.
Plus you will have some nibbles.