The Pitcher & Piano Taunton unveil their new look after a big spend
The Pitcher & Piano Taunton has just celebrated the re-opening of the popular venue bar in the town centre following a massive refurbishment costing in excess of £550,000!
The iconic building, once Taunton’s main library, and originally opened in 1905, was built to the design of architect Alexander Little of London and part funded by the Carnegie Foundation.
It remained the town’s library until 1996 when it was converted to a public house.
Now, the exterior of the Pitcher & Piano Taunton retains its historic, period charm, whilst the interior is now a vibrant contemporary and welcoming venue with neon signage, a photo booth, comfortable seating and more.
A large bar is stocked with an extensive selection of wine, spirits and cocktails and as you would expect, the Tone News team remained on soft drinks all night (yeah right – whatever!).
As well as the much-loved classics, P&P’s trained bartenders will also be on hand to create some exciting new cocktail combinations, using the ultimate theatrical elements like dry ice, edible glitter and candy floss.
Pitcher & Piano Taunton also boasts spacious outdoor eating and drinking areas which has been upgraded with heaters and a sound system, allowing guests to enjoy a spot of al- fresco socialising all year round.
The venue is also child-friendly until 7pm, making it a great choice for families too.