£5 DISCOUNT TO BV READERS
Over the past few years, people in Barrow have watched the down-hill slide of the Three Crowns with dismay. Strategically placed at the
Cotes Road junction, it has been a focus of many aspects of village life. We have held meetings there, finished up there after village walks,
met there to start out on coach trips and runs and village processions, we've held pancake races in the car park and of course, we've
enjoyed a quiet drink and a gossip.
So it was with some relief and a lot of curiosity that we have watched the renovations. Now they are complete, we can all take a look and enjoy
the pleasant new surroundings. Indeed, so keen are Phil, the new leaseholder and Fred, the new Manager, to welcome you to the Three Crowns
that they are offering a £5.00 discount on a meal for two over the next two months.
You can find the £5 off voucher in your print copy of Barrow Voice
The refurbishments have cost nearly £300,000... it achieves
a warm, modern rustic feel.
The refurbishments have cost nearly £300,000. The pub retains its familiar layout of the main
lounge bar and a dining area. The decor is dominated by beautiful natural timber beams, (I am
assured it isn't fibre glass!) much of it original and newly exposed. With a careful choice of
contemporary pictures and pottery, it achieves a warm, modern rustic feel.
The Three Crowns is now open all day every day. A range of breakfast coffees and teacakes
are available between 10.00 and 12.00 from Monday to Saturday. Then the a la carte
lunchtime menu becomes available from 12.00 to 3.00. Each day, there are also lunchtime
offers of open sandwiches between 11.30 and 6.00. The a la carte evening menu starts at 6.00
until 9.00. On Sundays, you can eat between 12.00 and 5.00.
The regular menu offers an interesting selection of vegetarian and
non-vegetarian dishes: main meat dishes include venison, duck, lamb
and steak as well as monk fish, salmon, plaice and mussels. Fred
insists on the freshest of seasonal vegetables. There is a good range
of cask conditioned ales and fine wines.
You might have come across Fred at the Pear Tree in Woodhouse
Eaves. Before that, he worked with Whitbread and is a very
experienced Chef. Phil has worked for a number of companies in the
pub industry for sixteen years and he is now very excited to be
working on his own. He is very determined to make a go of the 'new'
Three Crowns and is interested to hear people's comments and
suggestions. As he says, the menu and style are evolving.
To book a table, phone 01509 621177 or email:
firstname.lastname@example.org Or just drop in, enjoy a drink and pick up a menu.