Turtle Bay Northampton set to reopen in April with the return of its famous 'Happy Hour'
Turtle Bay is set to open for outside bookings from April 12, serving Caribbean soul food and tropical cocktails.
Turtle Bay in Gold Street, Northampton is set to open for outside bookings from April 12.
Stage two of the government's roadmap plan out of lockdown means that hospitality venues will be allowed to serve people outdoors from April 12. There will be no need for customers to order a substantial meal with their alcoholic drinks, meaning that Turtle Bay fans can look forward to enjoying a few drinks from the restaurant's famous rum cocktail menu.
Turtle Bay Northampton has announced that it will be opening up its al fresco space from this date to serve up Caribbean sunshine from breakfast until dinner and bring back its popular two-for-one cocktails offer.
The restaurant's all-day food menu boasts a wide selection of Caribbean soul food and grazing options from their island-inspired breakfast dishes to the Jerk Pit BBQ; comforting curries to clean-eating inspired Buddha Bowls, along with a range of burgers, beach salads and sides.
Turtle Bay additionally offers a wide variety of vegan options across the entire menu.
The reopening of Turtle Bay will also see the return of their bottomless brunch every single day, providing plenty of scope for guests to make their social debut all week long. Their bottomless brunch experience is two hours of enjoying unlimited tropical cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe, bellinis, prosecco or craft beer and includes any brunch dish - all for £27.50 per person.
Turtle Bay's Happy Hour takes place every single day from 10am to 7pm. Cocktail highlights include the Reggae Rum Punch (Ve, Wray & Nephew, strawberry, grenadine, lime, pineapple & bitters), Koko Kolada (Ve, Koko Kanu, dark rum, pineapple juice & coconut milk), and the Side Chick Martini (White rum, passion fruit, vanilla, orange juice & prosecco shot).
Bookings are now being taken for dining inside of the restaurant with up to six people for May 17 onwards.
Spaces are currently limited whilst indoor areas at Turtle Bay remain closed so reservations are required.