A FREE tea cake for every reader from Cobbles Bar in Louth!
FANS of tea cakes will be delighted to hear they can get another of their favourite treats for free with our latest offer.
This week we’ve teamed up with Cobbles Bar in New Street, Louth, to offer readers a free tea cake when they buy any hot drink off the menu.
This fantastic little bar is on one of Louth’s favourite streets and offers a blend of atmospheres for all ages.
In the daytime Cobbles is a busy but laid back coffee bar, serving food and tasty eats at lunchtime. But on evenings and weekends it comes alive, with live music and DJs on hand to warm up the revellers before they go on to the nightclubs.
Owners Ben Young and David Grantham have been at the helm for nearly five years, and are keen to encourage new customers to go along to Cobbles and give them a try.
Cobbles Bar serves food daily from 10am until 2pm, Tuesday to Saturday, with a range of snacks, light lunches and more. For the hungrier visitors, they also serve classic home made pub grub.
Owner Ben said regulars would vouch for Cobbles Bar as ‘the best in town’!
So go along and try it for yourself. Cobbles is open from 10am to midnight every day (10pm Sundays) and stays open until 2am on Friday and Saturday nights.
To get your free tea cake, just cut out the coupon in Wednesday’s paper, take it along and present it when you buy any hot drink. These tasty treats are only available when food is being served (10am until 2pm, Tuesday to Saturday).
Visit their Facebook site at www.facebook.com/cobblesbarlouth, Twitter @CobblesBarLouth or email email@example.com to find out more.
Look out for more great reader offers in the Leader in the coming weeks, don’t miss out, just get the Leader every Wednesday for just 60p.
This offer begins this Wednesday, July 11, and lasts until close of play on Tuesday, July 17.
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