rock bar

rock bar

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Her condition meant she had to sell her other business, Crowley's Rock Bar in Swansea's Craddock Street, and face up to life in a wheelchair.
The machine has been launched by the awardwinning Black Rock Bar in nearby Shoreditch.
We are super excited to move the Best Burgers in Newcastle into Newcastle's best rock bar. It's going to be mega."
Rock bar Adamik on Carsi Mahallesi offers crafted cocktails until late - try the signature drink made with Bodrum-grown mandarins.
Anthony Mark Wilks, who has a criminal record dating back more than 30 years, stole PS300 from a tips tin at Sticky Fingers Rock Bar, in Middlesbrough, as well as five bottles of spirits from Teesside Golf Club, all within a week.
Manager Paula Rees said: "We had female singers on in the past and customers just didn't like it - we're a rock bar and they don't think that women should sing male rock songs.
You'll be tempted to linger long into the night as resident and international DJs spin tunes from a booth carved into the cliff face - this Rock Bar lives up to its name!
Cardiff's "music street" also faces potential threats from a Wetherspoons Hotel, a noise complaint filed against Fuel Rock Bar, and a proposed residential and commercial development next to Clwb Ifor Bach.
Other venues include Hammerstein Ballroom, Hudson Mercantile, Rock Bar NYC and Littlefield.