Today we’ve been back at Little Tap bar in Tarporley to see how the project & our technicians are getting on.
It’s all starting to come together with the bathroom going in, along with the bar and most of the light fittings. It’s great to see that they’re taking a rustic approach to the interior to really compliment the former butchers shop which is situated on the High Street in the picturesque Cheshire village.
They’re using traditional style light fittings, filament lamps and vintage style cotton wrapped cable which all adds to the relaxed feel. The bathrooms have been designed in the same antique style with a rustic washstand, Victorian style toilet cisterns & tiled floor which could be mistaken for being original features.
Little Tap founders James Ivill & Myles Carr have project managed and done much of the hard graft themselves, so the bar is a real labour of love. Their vision is a contemporary craft beer bar with small plate dining & an informal, relaxed feel.
Our plumbers & electricians have been hard at work to help things come together. Next week we’ll be back to have a final push to get the job finished, including powering up the fire alarm & completing the kitchen works. Without giving too much away here’s a sneak peek of where things are up to so far.
We’ll be back when the job is complete and the guys are ready to reveal the results of all their hard work.
You can read more about the story behind Little Tap here