Party at the Mill is serving up small plates and pizzas from it’s spot in the old mill buildings by Alresford’s train station.
How on earth do I describe this place and how good it is? I mean ‘good’ just doesn’t cut it. I think Party at the Mill is one of a handful of places in Hampshire that wouldn’t be out of place in the London food scene.
The small plates are well thought out, rich in flavour and brilliantly executed. The setting is unpretentious, relaxed and fun, yes actually fun rather than whimsical and gimmicky.
Here’s everything you need to know about Party at the Mill…
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Your guide to record stores in Hampshire, a helpful curation to help you grow your vinyl collection.
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Where to go book shopping in Hampshire is your guide to the best areas to hunt for new releases and second-hand books.
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No.5 Bell Street in Romsey is serving up coffee and a counter laden full of baked goods.
Discover a cosy little spot in this quaint Hampshire market town…
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Autumn House in Winchester lives up to every expectation you’d have for the name. A fierce and curated wine selection, stunning homewares, deli bits, coffee, cakes and other lovely bits and bobs to peruse.
Find out about this wonderful place for a date, a catch up or for a wholesome slow weekend moment…
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Hoxton Bakehouse has taken Hampshire by storm with its excellent sourdough, baked goods and famous cruffin Morning Buns.
If you’re looking for a good coffee and sweet treats while picking up your weekly loaf then this could be the spot for you.
The freshly baked goods beckon!
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Looking for things to do in Southampton?
From the old city walls to the parks dotted across the city, the famous port of Southampton is the gateway to adventures. And it’s the home to some big events and pretty impressive maritime history.
Southampton’s origins started with being a key market town and in essence it still is with West Quay shopping centre at its heart.
But, you might not know that it’s got a quietly thriving arts scene, it’s peppered with parks and some wonderful historic trails.
Here’s your guide to fun, historic and cultural things to do in the city, to help you plan your next trip.
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Tucked away in Botley Mill is Deveroast Coffee Roastery in the most beautiful red brick building right on the river. Owned and run by one half of 90s power garage duo Artful Dodger, Pete Devereux serving up high quality, sustainable, ethically sourced coffee.
It’s a cafe with speciality grade coffee roasted in Hampshire to drink in, takeaway or pick up some beans to take home. And, it’s a brilliant edition to Hampshire’s coffee scene.
If you’re ‘Moving too fast’ you better ‘Re-rewind’ down to this fantastic coffee spot…
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Did you know that every year, in the North East of Hampshire, a charming village transforms into a winter wonderland?
Hartley Wintney’s 2022 snow windows have taken over the high street bringing this corner of the county alive with festive spirit.
Most of the village shops have joined in with this seasonal annual tradition that attracts people to visit every year.
Here’s your guide to everything you need to know about the snow windows…
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ᵃᵈ A festive afternoon tea at The Elvetham in Hook, Hampshire, is just the ticket to get you into the seasonal spirit.
The Elvetham is absolutely enchanting and you can’t help but feel captivated by the commanding presence of the atmosphere, architecture and grounds as soon as you arrive.
Surround yourself in rich history, stunning settings and a delightfully delicious meal for an extra special, merry moment…
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