One of Stratford’s most popular pubs, Goose on The Broadway has re-opened following a whirlwind 24 hour makeover of the pub.
The pub, which temporarily closed to refresh the interior, re-opened on Wednesday 25th September, with a celebratory 80’s themed disco and karaoke evening, hosted by the pub’s resident DJ.
As part of the refurbishment The Goose now has three cask ale handpull pumps serving regularly rotating guest ales as well as increasing the number of its TV screens to eight including one giant one. Showing all the very best live sporting action, customers can soak up the unbeatable atmosphere that goes hand in hand with the thrills and spills of watching sport with mates over a pint or two of great beer. The pub is also offering a great deal on cocktails, two for the price of one from 5pm on Fridays – the perfect way to unwind after work or college or simply to get that party starting.
The pub re-opens with an excellent choice of dishes on its traditional pub menu, from classic pub food such as hand battered fish and chips, sausage and mash or curry inspired pie, to its range of under 500 calorie main courses dishes, for those looking for a lighter option. The pub’s Christmas menu is now available to view and customers who choose to pre-book their Christmas party at the Goose, before 1 November will receive a complimentary bottle of wine or four pint pitcher of lager.
Oliver McClorey, general manager of the Goose said of the refurbishment, “The pub has had a busy couple of years, particularly in the run up to, during and post the Olympics. It’s been totally freshened up now and looks sparkling new in readiness for the 2013/14 student year and run up to Christmas party season.”
“We’ve already welcomed lots of new customers to the Goose and so far the feedback on the makeover has been really positive. And now we have some great entertainment planned with regular DJ-led nights on Fridays and Saturdays, our karaoke night every Thursday and a new student party night soon to launch, we’re looking forward to a busy Autumn ahead”, added Oliver.