Cocktails & Tapas at the Cosy Club

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Now as I’m sure you now know if you’ve read a few of posts, is that I’m a HUGE food lover and most of all cocktail lover! So when an invitation popped into my inbox to try some tapas and cocktails I obviously didn’t hesitate. I have only visited the Cosy club once before and that was a few months ago for breakfast. You can find that post HERE! and I was excited to try some more of their menu.

The Cosy Club is set over 3 floors full of cute and quirky decor – We were able to have the entire top floor to ourselves, which had sliding doors that opened into a rooftop deck. Plants hung from the ceiling, comfy sofas with games scattered on the tables, and its own bar. As I said in my last post about the Cosy Club, it is truly beautiful and the decor is so interesting to look at!

We were greeted with one of their English rose cocktails, which looked beautifully with rose petals in – pretty but not the easiest to drink without swallowing petals.

The barman asked myself and Harrison  if we’d like to go first behind the bar and make a cocktail together – I absolutely LOVE making cocktails so couldn’t wait to begin – even if it was slightly daunting with the rest of the Bournemouth Blogger lot watching us! The bar tender showed us step by step how to make the rhubarb and ginger bramble cocktail, allowing us to follow his steps. The bramble cocktail tasted AMAZING! I couldn’t believe how good it tasted, and why I’d never tried one before, I’m thinking it could be a go to cocktail now.

Everyone got a turn to make a cocktail, as well as the choice of the bramble, there was also the sweeter choice called the bakewell with cherry juice and almond liqueur. Yum!

Soon after we’d all finished making our cocktails we were brought out the most beautiful selection of food. A ‘taster’ from their tapas menu. Oh my god, I can’t put into words how amazing this food was. Mini fish and chips, Deep fried mac & cheese bites, burgers, scotch eggs and lots more. We enjoyed the food so much we didn’t move away from the table – it was too good to leave!

I feel so lucky that I get to go along to such wonderful events, and this one was definitely one of my favourites I’ve been too. I couldn’t fault a thing and I honestly mean that. Great food, great drink and great company!

A huge thank you to Cosy club Bournemouth for hosting us and to Emma who runs Bournemouth Bloggers  for organising.

I can’t wait to head back to sample some more cocktails, and go back for those fish and chips! YUUUM!


*The food and cocktails were complimentary in exchange of a blog post & review. But as always all thoughts and opinions are my own!


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