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NEWS: Ebdons launches cocktail menu! Thursday 13th December


Ebdons Refreshments is a brand-new independent delicatessen and café bar in central Exeter and on Thursday 13th December they launch their great new cocktail menu, with an amazing launch night offer.

This cosy new place combines the best local produce and home cooking with European-style café culture. Ebdons has been open from 8am to 10.30pm (10am to 10pm on Sundays) every day since October, serving great coffee from Voyager in Buckfastleigh, homemade soups, stews and salads and deli platters made with charcuterie and cheese all made right here in Devon.

We’re now regular evening visitors!

The owners have sourced great European wine and a range of craft beers on draught and in bottles and… on Thursday 13th December they will launch their exciting cocktail menu! To celebrate the launch, all cocktails will be just £5 each from 5pm onwards on Thursday the 13th – the perfect treat to follow late night shopping or to celebrate the festive season! The cocktail menu is short and uses great spirits, infusions and ingredients to create classics and twists on classics – for example, you can try an Old Fashioned, a Negroni, sample an Earl Grey Sour or enjoy a twist on Ebdons’ fantastic coffee with an Espresso Martini.

Ebdons is located is owned by local couple Poppy and Nigel who are passionate about celebrating local produce and creating a great place for people to get together and enjoy it. Bookings are welcomed for food and/or drink and as well as its regular menu, a fixed price or bespoke meal can be easily arranged for groups of four or more people. Some Christmas bookings are still available and the special festive menu starts at just £15 per head.

We loved their mince pies too! All home-made and delicious
One of their 5* customer reviews:

‘I was excited somewhere new has opened up this end of town, so popped in for a post-work glass of wine with a friend. The decor makes you feel like you’re in a European cafe, the house white and rose were lovely and reasonably priced, the menu is simple but fresh and local (to be tried next time), I would definitely recommend checking it out.’


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