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Pattaya Daily News

23 March 2010 :: 14:03:31 pm 16403

“Last Hurrah” For Pattaya’s Henry J Beans Establishment

After twelve years of very successful entertainment operations, Amari’s Henri J. Beans Pub and Restaurant at the northern end of Beach Road is closing in its present form, and will re-open as a new modernized venue, known as “The Tavern.”
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Pattaya, Tuesday 23rd March 2010 [Pattaya Daily News]: The final Henri J. Beans Pub and Restaurant closing down party celebration offered everyone all that they could drink for the entire evening for the price of 1,000 baht. This party saw the attendance of many long time regular expat customers, plus visitors from overseas, who had visited Henri J. Beans many times in past years.

The managing directors of the big Amari Hotel Resort have decided that it was time to give the original building a facelift, and alter the setting from the original 1950’s American theme to the style of an “Old English Pub.”

Re-modeling will entail raising the central floor section, replacing a lot of the wooden structures with glass panels, the addition of a pool table and the fitting of some of the latest TV / Video entertainment equipment. This will include more LCD / TV screens that will be bigger and better, plus video projectors for large screen viewing of mainly world sports events, so this is sure to please those who want to enjoy a quiet drink while watching their favourite sports events.

The long running Tex / Mex food dishes will give way to good old traditional English Pub fare, and the kitchen is being re-designed to speed up both cooking and food delivery. As well as these improvements, a pizza oven is to be installed, and this is sure to be a welcome addition for customers, as everyone fancies eating a pizza, because it does not interfere with their TV viewing or drinking.

Not to be forgotten by the Amari Hotel management were members of Pattaya’s local press, who thoroughly enjoyed a relaxing evening of fine food and popular songs by the Amari’s Filipino band and its singers, who will return again after renovations have been completed, late in April.

Reporter : Harry Green   Photo : Harry Green   Category : Entertainment News

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