Probably where they cook the books. Along with a VERY secure bit I assume led to the cash office, I was surprised to see what looked like a full commercial kitchen. Not even a restaurant-sized one, like one for a large hotel. I'm guessing Space was used for something else in winter which required kitchens? Also someone mentioned about the "kitchens" in Amnesia last week too. Why do the clubs have kitchens?
Probably something for legal loophole about closing times so they can class there venue as a restaurant to stay open later I know cova santa operates as a restaurant legally but we know what it's mostly used for.Im not sure about Ibiza , or how appropriate it is now in UK but Having a kitchen sometimes meant you were allowed certain licensing conditions.
Yes the nightclub I worked in as a fridge filler as a kid had frozen jacket potatoes to comply with the late license....no one has ever eaten in that venue for the past 30 yearsIm not sure about Ibiza , or how appropriate it is now in UK but Having a kitchen sometimes meant you were allowed certain licensing conditions.
Crazy stuff. If a man is down, why kick him in the head? Surely has the potential to be fatal?
Aye, who knows what happened beforehand? But I still don't think there's any excuse for kicking someone who's down in the head and probably opens you up to shit in terms of going too far.I'd hold off commenting on news reports without knowing the full facts and the bouncers' version... I've seen people cause aggro and try to steam doors before. 9 times out of 10 bouncers react to extreme provocation. (Not excusing extreme violence obv)