Discussion in 'SMB' started by Blazblue, Oct 24, 2011.
Gotta be the longest serving business in the town??
Its been a while since i've been in.
is the upstairs part of it still open where they serve fish and chips?
Elizabeths in Bridge St?
My mam loves that place.
Or "E z b t s" as its now known
Mine too, only a matter of time before it closes though, unless a new generation of "older" folk start going. I don't know anyone my age who goes, even though it's supposed to be canny.
Is this the same Louis that you to be on Crowtree road in the 50s-60s- if so it must be the longest serving cafe in town!
Aye, estab 1927 iirc
Cracking full English breakfasts in there like.
Oh aye forgot about Elizabeths, is it still open?? might take the bairn in tomorrow when im in the town? What time does it open/shut
Judging by the sign, it shut in about 1997.
Nee beer, though
Best coffee in the world
Also used for Field Music's second album cover
Which is why hip flasks were invented
This and reasonable prices too.
If only someone would invent a bottomless one
Never even heard of it
Opposite Chase, near the bus station
Get yersel down lass you wont regret it.
Motiraj must the oldest restaurant in the town. Opened in 1974
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