Pitcher & Piano has reopened in the heart of the Lace Market. Beautifully restored, the church setting provides a stunning backdrop to dining and drinking. Deputy Manager Opportunity Come and join the party at Pitcher & Piano as our new Deputy Manager in Reading We've been in the business for over Frequent, generally fast, trains run to and from London, Stevenage, Cambridge Coach (Birmingham - Luton - Stansted airports) stops at Hitchin, as does In a rare and historic complex of buildings dating back to , the museum . A great variety and volume of live music. edit; Pitcher and Piano, 31 Market Place.
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My co-workers changed from both establishments. In the first bar, I was a bartender and so my colleagues were my friends. The management were also our friends but they had to keep that level of professionalism which they did well.
In the second bar, I went from bartender to supervisor to assistant manager. Because I had started off as a bartender, there were some co-workers who didn't like that I had been promoted over them as they had worked at the bar for longer, but I had more experience and I was the best candidate for the position.
I found it challenging to tell my friends what to do, but it's their job to do a certain task and they weren't. I would say that that was one of the hardest parts of the job, having to go from friends with the bar staff, to being management. Mostly pedestrianised now, setting off the fine variety of Victorian and older buildings around most of the square. Farmers' and other specialised markets held from time to time.
Delightful wooden cabmen's shelter resited here from the railway station, after decades in a private garden. Sun Street Slightly marred by the '60s Churchgate development but otherwise an architectural gem. Bancroft Historically the main approach to the centre from the North. Unusually broad due to its original usage as a cattle market as well as thoroughfare.
Still well-lined with old buildings as well as some, mostly lamentable, modern ones. Bucklersbury Historic street, interesting back yards of former coaching inns St Mary's Church Sometimes nicknamed "Hitchin Cathedral", it is the largest parish church in the county and has two side chapels.
Worth seeing in its own right as well as for the small shops along the paths surrounding the churchyard Biggin Almshouses Next to open market.
Mediaeval buildings with courtyard, still in use Queen St. Eccentric cat, excitable springer spaniel, well-behaved pets welcome. Themed food nights on Thursdays. Open daily from midday until late. Large McMullen former pub, now really just a restaurant; not somewhere to go if you are only looking for a drink. A rather bare 'sports bar' type ambiance nowadays. A great variety and volume of live music.
In the old Corn Exchange building; barn-like but interesting interior, now littered with bric-a-brac. Expensive, no real ale. Greene King house not far from the town centre. Secluded beer garden and outside barn often used for events. Lunch available daily, evening supper on Mondays. Most of the usual budget chain hotels are available in Stevenage, but few are conveniently sited for public transport.
Premier Inn Portmill Lane, Hitchin. Now open, has own restaurant if needed. Sun Hotel Sun Street. Moderately expensive rooms in very old 16th century building in the heart of town.
La Bella Vita Sun Street. Expensive Italian restaurant with 20 en-suite rooms at the rear. No restaurant but many nearby. Firs Hotel Bedford Road. Easy walking distance to town centre if restaurant does not impress. Get out[ edit ] Cambridge , 30 miles from Hitchin is one of England's most famous academic cities. London is 32 miles south of Hitchin and can be reached via the motorway A1 or by train.
Beware of ticket restrictions on trains leaving London 4: Luton is ten miles west of Hitchin and is an airtravel hub. Buses to town centre from Brand Street: Stevenage is 3 miles south of Hitchin, 5 mins by train.
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In the old Corn Exchange building; barn-like but interesting interior, now littered with bric-a-brac. Long opening hours, usual JDW food offerings.. Queen St Brookers  Local hardware and kitchenware shop postoffice inside Bucklersbury, note: