8 Cats Go For Fish & Chips in Bridlington

In September we were invited by The Jaguar Drivers Club Area 66 to join in on a Sunday drive to Bridlington via the Humber bridge. We met up with the main group at the Queens Hotel, East Markham and set off “in convoy”

Queens Hotel

First stop was a rendezvous outside the Dog and Gun Pub to pick up a latecomer, then off we set towards the Humber Bridge.

Outside the Dog and Gun

Next stop was a chance for coffee at The Old Tile Works, Barton-upon-Humber a very pleasant coffee shop set right at the feet of the Humber Bridge.

The Old Tile Works, Barton-upon-Humber

Duly rested, fed and watered we all set off over the Humber bridge, paid our tolls, and headed for Bridlington…

Paying The Toll

After a very pleasant drive down the lanes we arrived in a very busy Bridlington, the place was packed and parking was somewhat hard to find! having circled the town two (or three) times everyone managed to park their cars and we made our way to the Pier 6 Boardwalk Cafe for Fish and chips. Seating was outside but under cover and considering there was quite a few of us we were served pretty quickly and the food was fantastic. Freshly cooked Fish & Chips by the seaside – what more could you ask for!

Pier 6 Boardwalk Cafe

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