"A young and lively bar & kitchen located on Lincoln's High Street, near to the Strait."
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Craft Bar and Kitchen, located on the High Street, is Lincoln’s newest bar. Opened in September 2013, it is – as its name implies – more than just a traditional bar.
Craft Bar & Kitchen opens early and closes late, offering customers different dining options throughout the day. You can grab a quick breakfast at the Breakfast Bar, have a mid-morning coffee, enjoy a light lunch (or something a bit more substantial!), treat yourself to an indulgent afternoon tea, relax over cocktails in the new sophisticated Cocktail Lounge, or have a delicious evening meal. Focusing on locally sourced Lincolnshire produce, Craft Bar & Kitchen pays great attention to good quality ingredients that are freshly cooked to order. There is a daily specials board in addition to the main menu.
Newly refurbished on the site of the old Dogma bar, the Craft Bar & Kitchen in Lincoln comprises of three very distinct zones that seamlessly flow into each other – the Breakfast Bar, the Cocktail Lounge, and the bright and airy Conservatory-Style Lounge that overlooks an outside terrace. Each zone has its own unique decor that adds to the individuality of this bar/restaurant.
The cocktail bar has its own resident pianist in the evening, adding to a feeling of glamour and sophistication. With an extensive selection of beers, ciders and delicious cocktails to chose from, the Cocktail Lounge at Craft Bar and Kitchen is a destination venue on its own.
There are plenty of great deals on offer, with 2 for 1 cocktails and cheaper drinks during happy hour, which is every day between 5pm and 7pm.
Craft Bar and Kitchen promises to be very popular among students, as its opening coincides with the start of the new academic year. Take advantage of the great offers on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Lincoln’s popular student nights, where Craft serves as a ‘pre party’ to the Nightclub Home. On these nights, deliciously sweet ‘Bon Bon Cocktails’ are uniquely served in jam jars for just £2.50, with a sweetie surprise to be found at the bottom of the glass.
With the same owners as the very popular Home lounge & Nightclub, Lincoln’s newest bar looks to have the perfect recipe for success!
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