The spacious terrace juts out from the restaurant and borders onto the Salubrious passage, referred to as Paradise Passage by Dylan Thomas in his short story “The Followers.” The modern decking incorporated with the terracotta painted wood gives it a bohemian edge, which recaptures the creative atmosphere of it’s 1930s heyday.
During the summer time the terrace is awash with Wind Street crowds seeking partial shade and enjoying drinks from the terrace bar long into the evening. In the winter it becomes a safe haven to quietly reflect on the events of the night with a cigarette, just as Dylan would have done himself.
“Love is the last light spoken.”
– Dylan Thomas, “Ceremony after a fire raid.”