21st August 2019
The Black Horse, situated in the small village Endon, in Staffordshire is undergoing a brand-new external refurbishment ahead of the summer.
Award winning tenanted pub company Admiral Taverns have invested £40,000 to improve the pub, transforming the exterior of this popular local which is renowned in the community for its delicious food offering.
Seasoned licensee Malcom Allen, who is celebrating nine years at the Black Horse, has focused on creating the best possible pub and a true asset for the village
A popular home cooked menu is available seven days a week and features delicious dishes produced on site by a team of dedicated chefs including signature roast dinners, steaks, steak and ale pie, summer salads, and burgers as well as a daily special. The pub has also recently launched a new baguette menu proving popular at lunch time and is very proud of its vegan menu, being one of the first pubs to launch this in the area to launch this, which has received great customer feedback. A tasty mid-week lunch offer with 2 courses for under £10 and their ‘Monday Burger Night’ / ‘Thursday Pie Night’ during the week to give the locals every opportunity to taste the delicious food.
Commenting, Malcolm Allen of The Black Horse said: “First impressions really count, and our pub is going to look fantastic in time for the summer.
Our locals and our customers will have a pub they can be proud of. With a delicious food menu and a great entertainment programme, featuring live rock music every Saturday night and competitive weekly quiz nights every Sunday – its sure to be a great start to the summer.”
Alan Hurt, Admiral Taverns’ Business Development Manager for the area said: “Firstly, congratulations to Malcom on nine years at the pub – he has done a fantastic job and his passion for the industry is clear for all to see. We’re delighted with the pub’s new look and wish the team all the best for the summer.”