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First look inside Romford’s new Slug and Lettuce

PUBLISHED: 18:25 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 09:45 14 March 2018

The Slug and Lettuce opening in Romford.

The Slug and Lettuce opening in Romford.

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The new Slug and Lettuce bar and restaurant in Romford opened today (Tuesday, March 13) and the Recorder has had a first look at what it is like!

It had formerly been the popular bar Missoula, which had a closing party in Mid-February, and less than a month later the bar chain has opened its doors to a new bar and restaurant.

The bar in South Street opened today and the public were welcomed in at around 5pm.

To celebrate the launch of the new bar, a ‘VIP launch party’ will take place on Friday night.

Chloe, events manager at the Romford pub said that it had already been a busy first day, and that it was “very exciting” that the new bar was open.

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