With a focus on bespoke beers on tap, complemented by a menu of local and imported drinks, The End offers the perfect spot to slink in to and linger for a drink or two. The dark leather couches and old workshop tables around which stools are clustered make the most of the intimate space. Moody hanging lights are suspended above seating, and a collection of old curios and 1970s surf videos provide an easy setting to relax with a White Rabbit Dark Ale or Monteith’s Crushed Apple Cider. The End offers a few nibbles to accompany the house ‘Rainbow’ brew, including a generous cheese platter with cheeses, dip, quince, apple, cured meat, olives and crackers.
The Street Photographer: The End