Are you aware that your drink choices are ever-evolving and are directed by bars, pubs and restaurants keeping your finger on the pulse of the current drinks menu? Consumers continue to expect the brands they engage with to go the extra mile for them, meaning brands have to work harder to establish real connections with customers.
The British are known for many things, and pubs are certainly one of them. Pubs used to be where you would stop on the way home from work to have ‘a quick one’ or a refreshment break or friendly catch-up on the weekend. I am not sure when the change took place, but for too long pubs have become food-led establishments. Have the tides turned, and are wet-led pubs back on the rise?
The Latin-inspired bar, Revolucion de Cuba, is a popular nightlife spot in Cardiff. My regular followers are probably aware of my rum obsession, especially the dark and spiced varieties. So, when I heard you can have a bottomless brunch in a rum bar, I knew where I was heading.
Invite. Fancy a festive catch up with Cardiff food and lifestyle bloggers? Yes, please?! Earlier this week I headed to Thomas Restaurant at Future Inn Cardiff Bay. It is not often I get to be a customer, so was looking forward to trying the food and drink and experiencing the Christmas vibes.