Seco opened in March 2010 in the Mills Bakery building at the historic Royal William Yard development in Stonehouse, Plymouth. My word, Seco is a sexy site with fat stone walls, colossal steel columns and a stunning view out to sea… just to mention a few reasons why you should swing by. She's a biggy too with 130 covers internally and a jaw dropping 80 covers externally overlooking the marina (ya).
In late-2011 we added The Wardroom, which is a large room linked to Seco that can hold up to 80 covers and is complete with its own bar and toilets. The Wardroom can be privately hired for all sorts of events, including private dining, daytime meetings, drinks parties and wedding receptions (to name but a few). Call or email Seco for more information.
An ex-Royal Navy victualing yard, the whole of Royal William Yard (and therefore Seco) is Grade I Listed, making it one hell of a mega important place with only ancient monuments being more important buildings.
Thursday 29th January saw our top baristas unite for the Loungers 2015 Coffee Bust Off! There were some pretty tough challenges set: latte art, filter coffee tasting, blindfolded machine assembly and order picking (think Supermarket Sweep…) amongst…Read more