Fat Cats Cafe Bar (Stoke-on-Trent) Reviews
Newest Review: ... profile within the area. We have seen it go from a huge room to an extremely modern and welcoming place. When you first walk into Fat Cats, to be honest I get the impression that I am walking into a place that is going to be a Weatherspoons, it is over to floors and you walk initialy into an entrance hall that either leads you upstairs to another room or to the toilets. When you walk directly in front of you you walk into the main dining area. It greats you with open arms, an attractively lit and well stock bars faces you with very friendly staff that are on hand behind the bar. The seating area is ful of booths around the room, with a ... more
Customer Fat Cats Cafe Bar (Stoke-on-Trent) Reviews (1)
by - written on 26/02/08 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Fat Cats is one of those places that is always the suggestion as the meeting place should you be going out on a night on the town, whether you are meeting for lunch before going into town for a little retail therapy or whether you just want to have a catch up over a nice coffee. The Cafe Bar is situated in the Heart of Stoke on Trent, just as you are on your way out of the town of Hanley. The building itself used to be an old telephone exchange, therefore from the outside, it is not really that attractive to look at and you wouldn't associate it with being a bar of any kind. Its an old looking building that you could imagine being some office or the ... Read the complete review
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