City centre foodie pub will add to Peterborough’s café culture
This could be the defining look of the summer in Peterborough city centre - alfresco eating and drinking.
The Queen’s Head, in Queen Street, which opens out onto St John’s Square, will be doing just that from April 12.
The Pizza, Pots and Pints pub has announced it will be back doing what it does best when restrictions are lifted on that date allowing the hospitality trade to serve outdoors.
The pub, which also boasts seating at the rear and a roof terrace, will be making the most of the space outside on the Square, just as it did last summer.
”We are extending out further as well,” said a spokesperson.
”We will also be running live music on Fridays and Summer DJ Saturdays - starting from the week of April 12.”
Bookings via the website are recommended.
St John’s Square will, of course, form a cornerstone of the city council’s café culture project - along with Cathedral Square, Bridge Street and Westgate starting in April.It is promoting a communal area, operated by businesses already established in the city centre, open throughout the day and into evening. Turtle Bay, which also opens out onto St John’s Square, last week announced it was now taking bookings for outside only from April 12.
A number of outdoor pods will also be erected in Bridge Street, outside The Lightbox cafe, and Westgate, outside The Banyan Tree.The one planned for Cathedral Square is already taking shape outside the Bean Around coffee shop.
On Broadway, the Forty Two bar has revealed its outside area will be open again for food and drink from 5pm on April 13. Unfortunately there will be no shisha