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Bar Burrito opens on the Barbican

Posted on 19th July 2015 in Bar, Burrito, Plymouth, Plymouth


Ben Shearn, has hit the nail on the head by opening Bar Burrito on the Barbican today. He’s commonly known for his epic adventures, charity work and owning the iconic Treasury Bar. His concept of awesome Burritos, craft beer and a little magic is an experience everyone should go and try.

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Brittany Ferries Bastille Day


We are celebrating Bastille Day with Brittany Ferries!

Stay tuned to Radio Plymouth on Tuesday 14th July and enjoy our day of French themed music. There’s also a chance to win a return crossing for 2 passengers and standard vehicle (up to 1.83m) from Plymouth to Roscoff. (Not including on board accommodation, insurance, en route accommodation, valid for travel before 31st December 2015.) Simply enter your details on the Radio Plymouth website here:

Entry closes on Tuesday 14th at midnight and the winner announced on Thursday 16th July in Tim Manns drive show.

It’s not too late to book your summer break to France with Brittany Ferries and still save up to 25%, even during the school holidays! Choose from a range of accommodation including relaxing hotels, quaint cottages and chalet camping and enjoy the delights that France has to offer with the freedom of taking your car. For more information, visit:

Boston Tea Party opens in Jamaica House

Posted on 7th July 2015 in Uncategorized

boston_tea_partyPlymouth’s eagerly awaited Boston Tea Party café-bar opens in the dramatically rejuvenated Jamaica House building on Sutton Harbour this Saturday (July 11th).

The BTP chain launches its first Plymouth outlet this weekend after major renovations of the historic Grade II listed building, which borders Vauxhall Street and Exchange Street on Sutton Harbour.

The three-storey building has been sensitively restored and two floors transformed to seat 150 inside, with a flower-enclosed outdoor seating area for 30 created with stunning views over the marina towards the Barbican.

Sam Roberts, Managing Director of BTP, said: “We’ve been wanting to open a venue in Plymouth for some time but it wasn’t until we found the perfect location at Jamaica House in the historic Sutton Harbour that it was made possible. We’re thrilled to be bringing Boston Tea Party to Plymouth, a city so full of character, and can’t wait to be based right in the heart of the action in the lively waterfront with its tremendous atmosphere.

“Come and see us soon: we’re open late on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights with great craft beers on tap to try over a meal, or pop in early for a coffee – or brunch – on your way to work.”

The Plymouth Boston Tea Party venue has been given its own unique character with an eclectic mix of up-cycled, salvaged and restored furniture and fittings installed, including old gymnasium flooring on the walls and school chairs.

The café-bar will be open from 7am-9pm Monday to Wednesday, 7am-11pm Thursday to Saturday, and 8am-9pm on Sundays.

A regularly changing seasonal menu employing local produce where possible will include breakfast, main meals, a children’s menu, freshly ground coffee, and a range of craft ales, beers and cider on draught, as well as a variety of other drinks, snacks and homemade cakes.

Boston Tea Party has created 35 new jobs at the Plymouth venue, the majority filled by local applicants.

Charlotte Malcolm, Commercial Marketing Manager for Sutton Harbour Holdings plc, said: “There has been huge interest in the new Boston Tea Party venue opening in Sutton Harbour this weekend as this enormously popular chain arrives in Plymouth at last. “Vauxhall Quay is proving a popular location with people visiting the recently opened pizza and cider restaurant The Stable, and we’re excited to have another fantastic national chain launching just next door at Jamaica House.

“Our ongoing drive to regenerate the waterfront district of Britain’s Ocean City is supported by landmark buildings like this being redeveloped, along with our plans to create a £3million boardwalk providing a pedestrian link over the water from Vauxhall Quay to Guy’s Quay.”

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