Christmas shopping can be hungry work...

Christmas shopping can be hungry work...

With a variety of eateries under one roof shoppers will be spoilt for choice as they take a well-earned break from gift gathering.

With several special festive offerings available from all of the great restaurants , late night shoppers will also be able to indulge in some delicious, local Cowlick Creamery Ice-cream from their trike every Thursday. You’ll always be able to feed your passion for whatever takes your fancy.

The opening of new restaurant Bill’s will add a new ingredient to the mix, with a varied seasonal menu including everything from old classics to a fresh take on modern British cuisine.

And Yo! Sushi, Nandos, Hubbox, and café Curva will also be getting us all in the Christmas mood with their own take on tasty festive fare.

Drake Circus Centre Director Greg Lumley said: “Shoppers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking somewhere to eat.

“We are open until 9pm on Thursdays in the run up to Christmas and we’d love shoppers to enjoy their evening meal with us and make a night of it. The choice is incredible from sushi to Nandos chicken, a quick bite to a meal with friends and family.

“And with Bill’s and our car park staying open until midnight, with parking for £4 after 4pm, it can be as leisurely as you like after a hard evening’s shopping.”

Anyone in a rush can grab themselves a bite at Costa, Starbucks, M&S Café, Eighty Two Coffee Co in Next, American Fruity, Burger King, Spud U Like, Fuel Juice, Krispy Kreme and Mr Pretzel, which will all be open on Thursday nights.

Drake Circus has more than 70 stores under one roof and the shops and restaurants will be open late on Thursday until December 21, with parking until midnight.

For further details of all the amazing things happening at Drake Circus and Plymouth over the Christmas holidays visit www.drakecircus.comwww.visitplymouth.co.uk, www.plymouthshopping.co.uk or go to the WhatsOnPlymouth Facebook and Twitter pages or #ChristmasInPlymouth

 

 

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