Martha's Vineyard is all balck fronted, near the end of the main high street where the car parking is. Carparking in Recar is a pain for drivers - you can either pay and display or find a free car park further out and walk in.
Martha's is a pub during the day and a bar at night. I'm not exactly sure what it's like as a bar though as I only tend to go during the day for the meals.
Before you go, bear in mind you are not allowed to wear tracksuits and will be asked to leave if they catch you. Trainers with jeans is fine and they tend to turn a blind eye to hoodies but they're really strict with the tracksuits rule.
Generally the whole place is decorated in a kind of elegant glitzy way - there are some booths with zebra striped chairs, chandeliers adorn the ceiling and the wallpaper is a kind of feminine black flower. The bar and tables are all made of solid dark wood. Behind the bar much to my amusement it this whole wall of blue WKDs but it really does look cool.
Food here is really nice. I personally recommend the lasagne dish which comes with a nice salad and chunky chips but they also do a really good chicken palmo for any palmo lovers out there. When we've been they've had little paper signs on each table announcing that certain meals are on 2 for about £6 which is really good value considering the quality of the food.
The wait can be quite a while but they do come along soon after you've ordered with cutlery and a huge bucket of sauces. There's also a bowl of jelly babies in the middle of most tables but I wouln't recommend eating them! There are big plasma screen TVs but they just tend to advertise the bar on a night but occasionally have matches on. There's also an itbox hidden behind the stairs. It's a really nice place to come if you fancy a meal out as there's always loads of spaces.
they play james morrison music for about 2 hours non stop.............if you like good music give this place a miss ..........weatherspoons is directly opposite.
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