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Sponsors' drinks at The Daffodil

PUBLISHED: 16:15 27 September 2012 | UPDATED: 21:57 20 February 2013

The Daffodil

The Daffodil

Cotswold Life Food & Drink Awards sponsors, guests and Cotswold Life staff joined together for an evening drinks event hosted at The Daffodil in Cheltenham. Editor Mike Lowe thanked The Daffodil for hosting and thanked sponsors for their support

Sponsors drinks at The Daffodil

Cotswold Life Food & Drink Awards sponsors, guests and Cotswold Life staff joined together for an evening drinks event hosted at The Daffodil in Cheltenham. Editor Mike Lowe thanked The Daffodil for hosting and thanked sponsors for their continued support.

Photography by Victoria Jones, Thousand Word Media

Nestled in the heart of The Suffolks in Cheltenham lies The Daffodil an award-winning restaurant housed in a former 1920s Art Deco picture house. Described by critics as one of the UKs most dramatic dining rooms, The Daffodil provides a unique setting for a stylish eatery. The building retains many original features as well its original name. With sweeping staircases and views to wow from the mezzanine Circle Bar, it lends itself equally well to business and social lunches, special occasions, cocktails with friends, private parties as well as wedding ceremonies and receptions.

The menu has a little something for everyone using locally sourced ingredients all cooked to Michelin standard. In addition, The Dailies menu provides a range of fixed price options incorporating seasonal specials. On Monday evenings and Saturday lunchtimes, The Daffodils atmosphere is heightened with its regular live jazz sessions.

The Daffodil plays host to a number of regular events including a Ladies Lunch on the first Tuesday of every month and its popular Cheese Club Business Networking event, which takes place on the last Tuesday of every month.

www.thedaffodil.com

Tel: 01242 700055


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