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To quote from their web-site. 'The Litten Tree is the leading "chameleon" brand in the UK. It changes its whole character between daytime and night to attract very different customer groups and satisfy different leisure occasions. The Litten Tree brand has constantly evolved and this has been a key reason for its continued success.'
Situated in nearby Queen Street the Litten Tree is a reasonably priced pub/club eaterie.
During the day it provides a pub atmosphere with wide screen TV for sports events
and good pub-food menu. In the evening it changes into a club style pub, open late
with DJ and music 'til late. Caters more for the mature 'clubber' rather than the
younger set. To see what the Litten Tree offers please visit The Litten Tree
The Soul Suite is a few doors down from the Litten Tree and has a downstairs area
that provides good reasonably priced food during the day and into the late evening.
Upstairs is more of a Club atmosphere and caters for the more mature 'clubber' as does the Litten Tree. There is a resident DJ who plays 60's Soul Music, Mowtown etc. and more often than not there is live music as well. Frequented by the over 30's in the main - a good place to 'chill' to some good sounds. Even better, it's about 2 minutes walk from Sunny-Dee's.
The Soul Suite will re-open on 23rd January 2010 for the season. Please see Soul
Suite for further details.
Club Sanuk is situated close to Sunny-Dee's near Talbot Square a few minutes walk
away. Very definitely for the younger age groups. This is exclusively a night club
for the under 30’s with the emphasis on modern dance music.
To quote from their web-site “... club Sanuk Blackpool the ultimate in UK clubbing experience also home to the worlds biggest Celebrities and Superstar DJ’s. Here you will find everything to create your perfect weekend away in Blackpool from special online Guest Lists, to organizing your hen and stag weekend. Also available for private hire to suite any kind of event!”
There are six separate rooms within the Sanuk building which used to be one of Blackpool's oldest cinemas 'The Princess' which closed in 1981. The Thai bar, Smirnoff Bar, Arena, Studio, VIP and Terrace should cater for all ‘younger’ tastes. Visit Club Sanuk for further details.