The Big Deal is not just about giving you great deals. We also want to present you with completely useless bits of random trivia.
For example, high tea’s lofty name came about because it was eaten at a high table in a dining room or in a kitchen. This differentiated it from afternoon tea which was usually eaten from a low table in a living room.
See what we mean? A true fact but one which has no real use to man or beast.
Today’s Big Deal is much more useful. It is for two people to have Sunday high tea at Pitchers Wine Bar and Restaurant in the Foyle Golf Centre on the outskirts of Derry.
Pitchers is not just popular with golfers. With sweeping views looking out over the golf course and on to the rolling Donegal Hills, the spacious dining room offers a picturesque setting in which to settle back, relax and enjoy a freshly prepared meal.
Available on Sundays between 5.30pm and 8.30pm, the deal is for two people to share a bottle of house wine and each to enjoy a soup starter and a main course.
Pitchers Wine Bar and Restaurant has been well reviewed by 5pm customers. Joanne Doherty wrote:
‘Great staff (Waitress really nice to our wee daughter) and ambience- would recommend for sure!’ Rating 4.8/5