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What's On At The Marina This Month?

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Following the recent article about "Visitors Welcome" at the Tattenhall Marina, here are some things you might like to know about what's on in August.

The Boathouse Café Bar offers freshly cooked dishes including soup, sandwiches, full English breakfasts, pies, curries, delicious cakes and speciality food nights.

Opening Hours:

  • Sun to Tues 9am — 10pm
  • Weds to Thurs 9am — 11pm
  • Fri & Sat 9am — Midnight

Food Served:

  • Mon & Tues 10am — 3.30pm
  • Weds to Sun 10am — 7.30pm

Speciality Food Nights in August:

  • Thursday 8th August: Build Your Own Burger 6.00pm to 7.45pm
  • Sunday 11th August: Roast Sunday 12.00pm to 5.00pm
  • Thursday 15th August: Greek Night 6.00pm to 7.45pm
  • Thursday 22nd August: Tapas Night 6.00 to 7.45pm
  • Thursday 29th August: Steak Night

Entrance opposite Ice Cream Farm. If barrier closed, press keypad "Marina", barrier opens automatically on exit.

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