Peter Millington… The Tatar Frigate in the High St then the Pam d’or then the Fiesta
Patricia Burgess… Remember the Fiesta
Lloyd Johnson… The Pamdor,Queens Road, Hastings!
Anne Buchan… The Chat noir (Black Cat) Hastings but on reflection is was a death trap. If a fire had broken out, you’d have been trampled to death. One wooden stair case for entry and exit and people sitting all the way up the stairs.
John Gale… Mando Bar, a little place late 70s at the bottom of the steps that go up to Pelham Crescent, next to the DeLuxe, painted black inside, wasn’t there very long…… And Dimarcos (the one where McDonald’s is now) and the Fiesta, of course.
Nick Webb… The Fiesta always, could stay for hours loved the jukebox and Sue the waitress and her long dark hair. Many happy and few sad hours spent there
Stuart Barrellie… The Pop Inn, in St Leonards !!!!
Mike Mitchell… Fiesta! Frothy coffee, spag bol and a great jukebox
Simon Fraser… Fiesta.
Bernard Goffredo… Fiesta was the place to hang out
Sally Evans… my mum worked at the Fiesta Bern x
Kev Towner… The Golden Egg.
Sid Saunders… The Lido, more a bikers coffee bar
Di Veness… Black Cat
Linda Lowcock… Black cat !
Paul Cullen… Linda, Le Chatte Noir (the black cat)do you remember Lax and Illonka who ran it
Di Veness… Paul, they kept everyone in line for sure. Looking back they are probably the main reason it was so good up there.
Ralph Town… The hi fi in the old town officially known as jooks jive joint lol.
Nicola Dobson… The Pamdor
Jenny Power… The Lido
Chris Meachen… The Lido, Black Cat, Fiesta, Wimpy / Mando bar, plus The Continental.. ( many a game of table football with Mick Mepham in the latter..)
Mick Knights… Apart from the times I incurred Eric’s displeasure and found myself banned, if you didn’t frequent the PamDor you were considered, back in the day, not to be the full ticket!!
Phyllis Mendenhall… Mick, Eric was the bouncer come manager of the Pam dor and it was a great place to hang out , I should know I worked there when it very first opened. the Pam dor was launched in York buildings right opposite the old Sainsbury’s , it was first called the brunch bar if I remember it correctly ,that was on the ground level next door to the maypole grocery store, then work was carried on upstairs which was the first Pam dor.
Leigh Wieland-Boys… The Continental in Robertson Street, where I met my friend Wendy in 1971 & we’re still great friends to this day!
Pete Millington… Leigh, That was the Nest Club in the ‘60s
Kev Carleonis… The Continental, Robertson Street
John Mcewen…The black cat. Was run by a Polish couple who were trapeze artists in their younger days. And the continental.
Sue Strong… John, loved it up there they were a lovely couple, I remember Black Night by Deep Purple on the juke box
Andy Qunta… The Fiesta. Great memories!
Judie Struys… The Lido
Colin Doherty… Many a large coffee supped in the Fiesta
Heather Carter… Black Cat, Lido and Lens
Eric Burgess…The Lido! Bikers paradise
Patricia Burgess… Anyone remember Barry Herbert used to serve coffee in mid 60;s at Fiesta
Ian Tee… The Heaven and Hell, Soho. Heaven was upstairs and yes Hell was downstairs , froffy coffee. Happy days
Pauline Richards… How about the Criterion
Chris Howard… The Cordoba Brighton.
John Warner… 2 I’s in Soho, one of my old haunts, run by professional wrestlers Ray Hunter and Paul Lincoln! Happy memories. In Maidstone it was a cafe, the haversnak alongside the Granada cinema.
Tracy Birrell… Fiesta and Dimarco’s.