Visit Brewers Scare This Half Term

You will know by now that we are very fond of Brewers Fayre and we are lucky to have one quite close to home. Earlier this evening we enjoyed a lovely meal and if you are looking for somewhere to take the kids then I would definitely recommend a visit to Brewers Scare this half term. After its recent refurbishment little J loves the new Beano play area and with spooky activities planned for next week I'm sure we will be back for another visit.


Every day from 9:30-12 there will be spooky activities with arts, crafts, games and plenty of fun to keep the kids busy. The children can also join in with a spooktacular disco on 30th and 31st of October.


Also if you have a fan of Beano they will delighted to receive a free halloween Brewers Scare Beano comic with every childs meal.


There is plenty of choice on the menu and we have always found Brewers Fayre reasonably priced. Little J usually gets the burger or hotdog. The burger and chips come in a little basket which is cute and he gets a pot of beans on the side. 


It was the first time we have visited since the refurbishment and it was nice to be able to dine in the play area so we could keep an eye on little J as he played in the toddler area. There are two parts to the play area and both are suitable for little J although he does need help in the bigger area from his big brother.


The main menu has changed slightly too so I tucked in to delicious smothered chicken which was yummy. They still offer the buffet style menu every evening from 5pm but we decided to dine off the main.


After his children's burger little J made sure he saved some room for his ice cream sundae. 

As always we enjoyed our meal and would definitely recommend a visit to your local Brewers Fayre.

To find out more about Brewers Scare you can visit the website or contact your local Brewers Fayre.



*we received a free meal for the purpose of the review - all thoughts, opinions and photographs are our own*

8 comments

  1. Oh wow, I don't think we have anything like this here in Ireland but it's such a fantastic idea. It looks like the perfect day out for the kids and a good way to keep them busy over midterm break! Looks like you had a great day - I'm jealous!

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  2. This looks like a great place to take the kids for a meal! I don't think we have a Brewer's Fayre near here or not, I'll have to look into it.

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  3. Brewers Fayre do brilliant sessions in the school holidays, the Halloween craft workshops will be well worth a visit. The smothered chicken looks lovely! And I agree, their meals are brilliant value for money too!
    Debbie

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  4. I love the food at Brewers fayre. You always get good sized portions and they always have great deals on. The play areas are great for the little ones to run around and let off some steam.

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  5. We have a Brewers Fayre really close to use but we haven't been yet. It looks like a great place to go to keep the kids happy while we have a meal - we may have to visit over half term.

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  6. We went the other day too and had a lovely time - such good value too. My son particularly liked the special Beano for Halloween.

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  7. Oh this looks awesome. Brewers Fayre always make such a lovely effort. The prices are so reasonable, too.I love that you get a free Beano comic with the kids meal. It looks like fun was had by all and the food looks amazing. xx

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  8. I come from the few European countries that don't celebrate Halloween, and I could not be more jealous :D
    We do have a number of enthusiasts though ;) But no Brewers Fayre, and it looks so fun :)

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