Father’s Day 2024

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Sunday 16 June

This Father’s Day, see David Fincher’s modern classic Fight Club on the big screen. Brad Pitt and Edward Norton star as two bored men who form an underground club with strict rules as a way of escaping their mundane lives, leading to chaos and destruction.

Please allow for up to 2 hours for eating if you are watching a film afterwards.

Father’s Day Special

Sirloin Steak
with roasted vine tomatoes, chunky chips and a choice of bernaise or whisky peppercorn sauce

Please reserve your table for Father’s Day below by using our online booking system, ResDiary

1. Set the date to Sunday 16 June

2. Choose how many people will be attending.

3. Choose the time you’d like to book your table from.

4. Confirm your booking. Please note: there is a £5 booking deposit, which is deductable from your final bill on the day.

Please note: this menu is subject to change at our discretion

Father’s Day Film

Fight Club (1999)

Sunday 16 June, 16:45

Director David Fincher’s seminal psychological drama follows Edward Norton’s unnamed “everyman” protagonist who – discontented with his mindnumbing white collar job – forms a ‘fight club’ with soap maker Tyler Durden (Brad Pitt).

Soon these irregular societies – featuring a group of guys knocking the spots off one another – spread thoughout the country, taking on anti-materialist and anti-corporate views that threaten to get out of hand.