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A NEW cocktail bar is to open in Aberystwyth this July.
Read More (Image: Josh Knapman) (Image: Josh Knapman the manager of the new Libertine describes the venue as "more grown up" than the others - but insists that everyone will be welcome.
I would defiantly suggest going for a prostitué de paris chilled out drink at the Libertine cocktail bar!It joins an already booming cocktail scene in Cardiff, that includes bars such as Lab 22, Dirty Martini, The Dead Canary, Pennyroyal, and Gin and Juice.On a weekend away (staying just aside Aberystwyth (I'd recommend the Conrah Hotel) we ventured into town to watch "the" rugby match (Wales v England).Read More (Image: Josh Knapman) (Image: Josh Knapman the 30-year-old manager said it was the "the attraction of coming to a capital city" which was one of the main reasons for opening in Cardiff.A selection of Libertine cocktail photos can be found below.
The bar will also run a daily happy hour (except on Saturdays) from 3pm-7pm, when some cocktails will cost.
The Libertine Cocktail Bar will be situated at 54-56 Terrace Road, near Baravin.
To succeed the coffee shop aspect will have to offer something unique in order to draw customers away from the cafes which are already open in town.On my 59th birthday, in July, myself and two lady friends were enjoying cocktails during "happy hour", as it approached end of this offer period, I went to order another round, which I asked could please be delivered in 15 minutes or so,.The Libertine can be found at 28 High Street, Cardiff).You could actually see the menu, each other and other patrons as again it wasn't trying to be that sort of cocktail bar (e.g."It was the appeal of coming to a capital city.Ask benbec1 about The Libertine Cocktail Bar This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.Sarah Thornhill, a second year student, said: They have got the wants of the student population down to.This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.There are also teas and coffees for sale during the day, along with cakes and tea cakes.After the match we stumbled upon it (its not hard to find or pretentiously hidden away like other cocktails bars I'm used too).
We were able to get some lovely leather armchairs in the window with book shelves full of old' books on all sorts of subjects.
From those just wanting a simple rum and coke to those ordering a more complicated concoction.