Sand BarThe Mews, Upper Frog Street
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An exciting arrival on the local beer scene operating under the umbrella of the Tenby Brewing Co. This attractive bar is tucked into the back of a modernised development at the top end of the street. It has a broad appeal with a modern decor which is light and attractive. An eclectic mix of furniture, some fashioned out of re-used scaffolding wood, includes high level and standard level tables with a sofa and a couple of comfy easy chairs thrown in. An old log burner provides heat at colder times. The chunky wooden bar counter is L-shaped reflecting the floor layout. There are 7 “craft” keg beers dispensed from 6 wall-mounted taps and one tap fitted to the bar. Third pint measures are available including “flights” of three samples. The prices are calculated according to strength. Local ciders and Welsh spirits complete the picture, apart from the range of coffees available. To the right on entry is a display of bottles and cans (some bottle and can conditioned) for take-away customers. The menu offers what is described as “world street food” with a range of tempting food such as burritos, nachos, Cajun dishes etc plus specials; there’s also a kids menu. If planning a party, groups of 10+ should give advance notice. For decor, much use is made of mirrors which share wall space with a mix of artwork, including very colourful former skateboard decks. Outside is a heated and sheltered area