A great bar with a great palce to eat too - but ot for a formal occasion.
Have been to have a pizza on a wednesday night with a group of firiends and its been lovely - great food and a relaxed atmosphere to have a good old chat!!!
Then been on a night out and the emphasis is on drinking and having a good time - great atmosphere and great music
What more can I say!!!
There's plenty of young people living in Christchurch so its great that there's somewhere to hang out and meet people. Good food, lively atmosphere, definetely more of a pub where people dress up and make a bit of an effort, nothing wrong with that! Pizza's are great, drinks expensize and no draught beer.
Where the gorgeous people of Christchurch meet on a friday night!! If you're in the mood for a drink or 3, aged between 25 and 45, out with the girls/guys then this place is for you on a friday night. During the day a kind of yummy mummy coffee shop, nice to sit by the window and watch the world go by. Nice pizza's.
Attracts the younger trendier crowd and the bar downstairs can get very busy at the weekends with good atompshere. Drinks on the expensive side but good place to start your evening. Serves mainly pizzas with a good selection to choose from and you can see them being made. Good views across to The Priory and area outside you can sit in.
A night out with great pizza
to boot, best of both world and enough to keep everyone in your party happy. And
party it is, the young, hip, trendy crowd of the area seem to be represented
everytime I go in. The place to be seen and definitely heard!. I would
recommend starting any night on the town in Soho.
Been to Soho's several times and never been disappointed, Pizza's are great, they do a lovely one with duck on it, the salads are also really tasty. A nice atmosphere in the restaurant upstairs and lovely views out on to the priory. The bar downstairs has a good vibe when its busy. Ive used soho's as a meeting place but not always stayed on there as the drinks are a bit more expensive than other pubs in Christchurch.
2a Castle Street