A look inside as Fisherman's Arms returns to Cleethorpes

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 18 May 2017

After a five-week renovation project the staff at Cleethorpes pub are proud to show-off its brand new decor and menu.

The Fisherman's Arms on Sea View Street, which was formerly known as Dexters, had closed suddenly a couple of months ago.

Work has been done to refurbish the outside of the pub, as well as giving it a more traditional fisherman style theme inside.

The new-look of the pub, that is now run by the Bermondsey Pub Company, has gone down well with local customers and new ones, according to the staff, who are excited at the prospect at being allowed to add their own quirky touches to the pub.

Jordan Smith, general manager, and Sue Chaperon assistant manager.

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Pub manager Jordan Smith said: "I am so pleased with the work that has been done here in the pub, and we now have a fabulous new menu, that will be massively complemented by the weekly specials that we are going to have on offer."

"We now even have a breakfast menu starting from 9am, Monday to Saturday, where you can get croissants, eggs Benedict and a full English breakfast.

Assistant manager Sue Chaperon said: "We are also going to be showing all of the live sport on Sky Sports and BT Sport, and now that we have multiple TVs, and even screens outside in our renovated beer garden, we can show all of the different games that are on instead of just one."

The staff at the pub now have a few different plans for events that they are hoping to put on in the near futur, including a weekly open mic night, with plans for a weekly open mic night and outdoor beer stand for the upcoming Armed Forces Day.



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