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Friday, October 23, 2020

Dylan’s Kitchen & Bar Reopens at Talbot Campus

As it reopens after six months, popular university venue Dylan’s Kitchen & Bar is calling for student business…

This period of uncertainty is persisting. So we should take some comfort in venues feeling comfortable in reopening their doors. Dylan’s Kitchen & Bar at Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus, for example, reopened this Monday. But like everywhere else, it can only stay open if they get business. Therefore, they’re encouraging everyone — not just students — to pay them visit!

Amy Scott, part of the management team at Dylan’s, explained what students old and new could expect of the bar. “We’re running a limited menu, but both food and drinks (including cocktails) are still available”.

However, prior to its closure in March, part of Dylan’s’ appeal was the regular event nights. The quiz nights and karaoke were among the favourites. Unfortunately, they will not be making a return (not immediately, anyway).

“We aren’t currently running any of our regular event nights,” Amy revealed. “But we are brainstorming ideas for new events that would be in better keeping with the government guidelines. So, in the future, there may be some things happening.”

In light of current government advice, Dylan’s will open from 12-7pm every weekday, with food being served until 6pm.

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Dale Hurst
Dale Hursthttp://dale-hurst.com
Dale Hurst is the Content Editor of HQB Media, as well as an author, restaurant critic and presenter. A graduate in Multimedia Journalism from Solent University, Dale has a wide variety of journalistic experience, ranging from reviewing top London restaurants to interviewing MPs for BBC Radio. As a writer, Dale specialises in entertainments, lifestyle and culture.

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