The Blacksheep Bar and Club Lounge - Isleofwight
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The Black Sheep Bar and Club Lounge in Ryde is one of the Isle of Wight's most stylish and contemporary bars, specialising in tapas style dining and live music nights that will suit varied tastes. It also benefits from having its own garden terrace, an uncommon benefit in Ryde’s town centre.
Food is served upstairs, while entertainment occurs in the club lounge down in the converted cellar. This venue attracts a whole range of musical talent on a weekly basis, with a wide selection of DJ's, bands and chilled out acoustic sets, from both the Isle of Wight and nationally. The venue itself is a great place to catch intimate gigs and discover new talent, being moderate in size and a very welcoming atmosphere. Alternatively, club nights with 'banging' tunes may be your thing - The Blacksheep Bar caters for this too!
If you’re there for the food, the bar is great for sharing platters and modern flavours. On the menu you’ll find Mediterranean style dishes and a varied drinks menu that includes fruit smoothies and milkshakes.
The Blacksheep Bar is also available for private functions! For anything from 15 - 150 people, they will make sure your party is a fantastic one.
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