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Royal William Yard

Posted: 17:02 01 Oct 2020
by mervyn
My current wife has been recommended to visit the Royal William Yard, which we understand has been gentrified. We’ve got tickets for the Box next Wednesday, is it worth a visit for lunch afterwards? Any recommendations for pubs or restaurants or other interesting places there? Many thanks.

Re: Royal William Yard

Posted: 08:46 05 Oct 2020
by Biggs
Definitely worth a visit, it's similar-ish to Albert Docks in Liverpool or Greenwich in London. Can also get ferries to Mt Edgecumbe and beyond.

There are some nice art galleries and a little park space in the middle, plenty of bars and apparently the new Hook & Line seafood restaurant is excellent.

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restauran ... gland.html

Re: Royal William Yard

Posted: 10:44 05 Oct 2020
by mervyn
Thank you Biggs.

Re: Royal William Yard

Posted: 18:22 05 Oct 2020
by Shadowknight
There is a new brewery in there, think its called Steelworks, some of there beers look like they could be good.

Re: Royal William Yard

Posted: 15:50 06 Oct 2020
by mervyn
Shadowknight wrote: There is a new brewery in there, think its called Steelworks, some of there beers look like they could be good.


Sounds good. I’ll try it. Thanks.

Re: Royal William Yard

Posted: 16:05 07 Oct 2020
by mervyn
My wife and I were really impressed. Easily matches Liverpool and even Greenwich, albeit on a smaller scale. Very nice walk along the coastal path to the Barbican. This part is Plymouth at its’ best.