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FROME is getting it’s very own ‘bottle shop’, cheese and tap bar, a place where you can get the best locally and nationally sourced craft beers, ciders, wines, spirits, and cheese.
Bottle shops have become increasingly popular in recent years with customers who want a bar that also features a shop selling their favourite tipple to take home.
Visitors to Palmer Street Bottle will be able to come in, relax and have a drink of one of the carefully selected craft beers, ciders, wines and spirits and enjoy something to eat from a menu showcasing locally produced food, in particular cheeses.
Locals will also be able take their empty bottles back to Palmer Street Bottle, located in the town’s St Catherine’s Quarter, for a top up when supplies are running low at home.
Palmer Street Bottle founder Simon Bowden said he was delighted to be able to open the business in Frome. He said, “Palmer Street Bottle will have a really unique feel because we’re all about locally sourced food and drink, and giving people the opportunity to either sit in and relax or take something delicious home – maybe even both!
“It’ll be a friendly, relaxed destination where you can have a delicious bite to eat, try one of the carefully selected beers or wines, or just enjoy a coffee and a chat.
“We want to make Palmer Street Bottle a real destination in the town so we’re going to be open until 11pm five days a week.”
Simon, a familiar face in Frome, is the creator of ‘The Whole Cheese’ street food business, which was showcased on Channel 4’s George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces back in 2014.
The Palmer Street Bottle will offer Simon’s delicious cheese based menu as well as a cheese counter showcasing the best of local and national cheeses.
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