The Castle Inn at Bradway is now open in it’s new guise following a refurbishment, under the new management of well regarded local chefs Jack Baker and Jack Windsor.
The majority of the pub is now for dining and food is served all day from midday – until 7pm Sundays, 9pm Monday to Thursday and 9:30pm Friday and Saturday. Away from the weekend there are themed promotional food evenings at tea time such as pie night, chippy night and tapas night. A big investment has been made upgrading the kitchen and there has been the addition of a rotisserie and pizza oven. The next stage of development will be in the summer when they plan on opening the rear beer garden up to customers which will feature a barbecue pit.
There is a seperate tap room reserved for drinkers which is now much more comfortable following the refurbishment. Additionally a new decking area has been constructed at the front of the pub with plenty of tables and seating along with canopies and heat lamps. On the cask ale front Bradfield Farmers Blonde is the regular beer with another two or three rotating guests, a mix of local beers such as Abbeydale Moonshine and nationally known brands such as Fullers London Pride and Timothy Taylor Landlord.
On a Sunday evening the lounge bar opens up to drinkers alongside the tap room for a quiz night, this starts at 8pm