The news you’ve all been waiting for…

The countdown is well and truly on for the big Spring opening!

With pubs only being permitted to open outside there are a few things you might like to know.
We’ve tried to answer any questions below but don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions…
Which pubs will be opening on 12th April?
We’ll be opening the Puss in Boots and Jolly Sailor every day from 12th April, the outside tents mean we will always have cover, even if the dreaded rain gets the better of us.

The Fletchers Arms will be open weather permitting and we advise you check our Facebook page daily as we’ll be keeping you up to date here. Don’t worry, we are busy working on some temporary rain cover for the Fletchers Arms too!

Unfortunately, due to the lack of outside space at the Spread Eagle we will not be able to reopen until we’re able to so indoors.

We’ll be doing our best to keep you dry and warm but please do bring your brollies and coats!

Will I be able to book?
We won’t be taking bookings outside because it is very difficult to manage outdoor tables with the British weather, please just come along and we will help you find a table 😊
Can I just have a drink?
Yes! We know you’ve been missing a proper pint and we can’t wait to serve you one! We’ve also got some exciting additions for Spring including our new cocktail ranges and the ever popular Pimm’s sharers.
You no longer have order a ‘Substantial Meal’ to join us for an alcoholic drink, but we recommend you check out the menu as we’ve got some lovely dishes available…
What’s on the menu?
We’ve adapted our menu to suit alfresco dining, you’ll notice it’s a little smaller, but we will be increasing this as soon as we’re able to.
You can see the Puss in Boots and Jolly Sailor menu here
The Fletchers Arms menu is available here
How to order?
Government rules stipulate that all drinks and food should be ordered, brought to and consumed at the table. We would really appreciate your cooperation in terms of adhering to these rules and only leaving your table to use the facilities.
Our order at table system is really easy! Just scan the QR code on the table, place your order, pay securely and your food and drink will be with you as soon as possible 😊
If you’d rather order the old fashioned way then our team members will be on hand and will be more than happy serve you.
Who can I come to the pub with?
You can join us with up to 6 people from any household or two households of any number. We ask that you register your visit with NHS Track and Trace, QR codes will be available around the gardens.
What will your opening times be?
You can see our opening times below
Puss in Boots
Jolly Sailor
Fletchers Arms
Will the coffee shops still be open?
The Puss in Boots coffee shop will be suspended until we are able to serve indoors again. Many locals in Offerton have enjoyed making a visit to the coffee shack part of their daily walk. We know it will be missed but the space will be used for more tables and chairs so we can accommodate more guests outside.
The Jolly Sailor horsebox will remain as long as it is as popular! We will review this as rules relax and of course keep you posted. The horsebox will be open mornings until noon after which time you can get a take-away coffee from inside the pub by ordering from our garden.
Will you still be serving takeaways?
We’re taking a break from serving takeaways once we reopen while we focus on making everything perfect in the pubs.
Easter Sunday (4th April) will be our last Sunday offering take-aways and we’re going out with a bang! The Fletchers Arms will be open as well as the Jolly Sailor. You can see the menu here, and this will be available to pre-order from Monday 29th March!
The Spread Eagle will be starting to offer take-aways from Sunday 11th April, watch this space for more information on this!
How will I know I’m safe?
We’ve had a lot of practice over the last year in Covid safety and we will be reopening with the same important procedures.
We ask that you do your bit to follow our guidance and help us to keep you safe.
For more information visit our Responsible Reopening page.

We look forward to welcoming you back, it’s been a long few months but with light now at the end of the tunnel we look forward to a brighter 2021