A popular cafe is expanding at a prime Sutton Harbour location and relaunching to include a delicatessen shop after being bought by a regular customer.
The Hidden Olive is the new name for the venue at Pinnacle Quay on Plymouth’s spectacular waterfront, with an expanded and improved interior for the cafe which previously operated as part of The Lost Side clothing shop.
The opening times of the pedestrian footbridge at Sutton Harbour in Plymouth are being altered to allow fishing boats to leave more easily each morning.
Boston Tea Party Plymouth has joined our Experience Card scheme and is offering holders of the card a discount of 10% on their current menu.
Britain’s Ocean City will be welcoming dozens of historic vessels this weekend as Plymouth once again hosts the enormously popular Sutton Harbour Plymouth Classic Boat Rally.
The 28th annual rally is expected to attract thousands of visitors to the city’s spectacular waterfront, with a host of family-friendly entertainments on offer shoreside throughout the four-day event which runs from July 24th–27th.
Plymouth’s eagerly awaited Boston Tea Party café-bar opens in the dramatically rejuvenated Jamaica House building on Sutton Harbour this Saturday (July 11th).
The BTP chain launches its first Plymouth outlet this weekend after major renovations of the historic Grade II listed building, which borders Vauxhall Street and Exchange Street on Sutton Harbour.
Last weekend hundreds of people gathered on Quay Square in Sutton Harbour to celebrate American Independence Day at a special event organised by One Small Candle with Sutton Harbour Holdings Plc. The event was a huge success and so we spoke to organiser David Saunders, Plymouth’s Pilgrim and owner of One Small Candle to find out how it has inspired his plans for next year.