As quirky as its name, this upstairs bar/café is out of the way, independent and proud of it. Clean cut, white and with a small number of tables to sit at for the perfect catch up. It’s a loft style space with wooden flooring and local artists’ works on the walls, buy them up or next time you come they would have probably switched them to keep the décor fresh and current. Their drinks selection is short and sweet, their cocktails won’t blow you away but they do a mean Espresso Martini and a perfect Pimm’s. They’ve got Flat Cap beers that bring you craft beers from the West Country/Czech Republic and a good selection of wine and beer. These guys are into their food and serve up some really delicious boards to share… go meaty, cheesy, fishy or mix it up with a bit of surf and turf. It’s big on brunch and boasts a fine range of teas and barrista made coffee. With a late licence it’s a great spot to hit after the theatre and quick enough if you fancy a pre culture hit cocktail.