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Bar
“ Welcome to the Café... If you're looking for some great food, tasty beers, exquisite wines or just a beautiful, velvety cup of the finest coffee, then look no further than the Café Continental in Gourock. And after a hard day at the office, why not pop down in the evening and enjoy some fine music, live entertainment, test your general knowledge, or just dance the night away. The story so far… The Star Hotel was purchased in 1899 by co-owner Roland Toma’s grandparents. Initially, the building was little more than a cottage, until the early 1900′s, when it was converted structuraly into the present shape. The Toma family built on the cottage as it stood, adding another two floors on to the existing cottage whilst continuing to trade from the bottom floor. When the new roof and second floor were water tight, They knocked the existing roof out and added first floor. In 1907 “The Star Hotel” became “The Continental Ice Bar” and served delicious ice cream to the residents of Inverclyde until 1918, when the First World War ended. You can still see the original sign from “The Ice Bar” era being proudly displayed above the restaurant area in the Cafe today. After the great war, The Toma’s changed the name once again to “The Continental Cafe”. They traded happily for many years, supplying wonderful service, ice cream and ginger beer to the locals of Gourock and the surrounding areas up until the break of World War II. The Second World War brought a darker period for the Toma family when Lorenzo Toma was interred on the Isle Of Man as an “Enemy Alien”. During his time here he became friends with one Roland ‘Tiny’ Rowland, who was later to become the Chief Executive of the conglomerate Lonrho in 1962, and then the chairman of ‘The Observer’ newspaper in 1983. Lorenzo named his son after the good friend he spent his time with on the Isle Of Man. During WWII, The norwegian Navy set up base on the first floor of The Cafe, whilst the charity ‘Toc H’, an organisation who were instumental in the creation of todays Blood Transfusion Service, had a branch on the upper floor. There were regular entertainments at the cafe during these years and one favourite child performer was Jimmy Logan. Jimmy lived with his aunt, Annie Ross, next door and would take cover in the air raid shelter beneath the cafe during blitz time. The family were invited to Eamonn Andrews’ “This Is Your Life” in April 1973, to celebrate Jimmy’s life and career, and the country were treated to the stories of his time at The Continental Cafe. In the shadow of WWII, Lorenzo returned to his family in Gourock and the cottage he had nurtured into a successful local cafe. The Toma family continued to serve the community and put smiles on the faces of adults and children alike for many years to come. During the 1950′s Lorenzo was acting as a scout on behalf of his beloved AC Milan and frequented football games throughout Scotland on the lookout for fresh talent to be snapped up by the Italian giants. Glasgow Rangers players of the day frequented the cafe regularly, and in 1959 Rangers played host to AC. Lorenzo was the official host & interpretor for the visiting team. In 1985, Roland, and friend Brian Stewart, converted “The Continental Cafe” to it’s current trading name “Cafe Continental”. They focused on turning the succesful cafe, into an even more successful bar & restaurant, removing all facilities for making ice cream and replacing them with Versace tiles and stylish decor. The Cafe ambience and style has impressed screenwriters and producers, being used in the TV drama “Shadow Of The Stone” and movies “Gregory’s 2 Girls” and the Harvey Keitel drama “Where The Buffalo Roam”. And a list of celebrities have called our bar home including Domenick Allen, guitarist with Foreigner and musical director for Elton John & Liberace, His one time wife,Charlene Tilton of Dallas fame, and regular patron Abi Titmuss who stated in an interview that The Cafe was her favourite place to eat while visiting her parents in Scotland. The Cafe has gone on from strength to strength, and in doing so, has managed to embody a coffee shop at breakfast time, a Bar/Restaurant throughout the day, and a Bar/Disco/Live Venue/Comedy Club in the evening. All in the course of a 16 hour working day.”
  • Poleca 12 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“This place does breakfast, coffee and cake, lunch and dinner. It’s also licenced and does some good cocktails. ”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
“Sit in or take away if you love Indian food you will not be disappointed here. It has an extensive regional menu and a pretty decent wine list. ”
  • Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“Bravo! McCaskie's rated "excellent" by 118 travellers TripAdvisor The Seaview Cafe has long been established and recognised as a feature of Wemyss Bay. Located opposite the Wemyss Bay Rail and Ferry terminals, it is popular with locals, commuters and tourists alike as a stop off for coffees, snacks and light meals. Certificate of Excellence 2018 Read Reviews TripAdvisor Enjoy our comfortable bistro directly across the our ferry terminal and watch the ferries and activity on the river clyde.”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
Bar z przekąskami
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
Restauracja
“Beautiful view of Kip Marina in Inverkip, just 10 minutes away. Lots of nice dishes. Beautiful glassed-in dining room.”
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz

Kawiarnie

Bar
“ Welcome to the Café... If you're looking for some great food, tasty beers, exquisite wines or just a beautiful, velvety cup of the finest coffee, then look no further than the Café Continental in Gourock. And after a hard day at the office, why not pop down in the evening and enjoy some fine music, live entertainment, test your general knowledge, or just dance the night away. The story so far… The Star Hotel was purchased in 1899 by co-owner Roland Toma’s grandparents. Initially, the building was little more than a cottage, until the early 1900′s, when it was converted structuraly into the present shape. The Toma family built on the cottage as it stood, adding another two floors on to the existing cottage whilst continuing to trade from the bottom floor. When the new roof and second floor were water tight, They knocked the existing roof out and added first floor. In 1907 “The Star Hotel” became “The Continental Ice Bar” and served delicious ice cream to the residents of Inverclyde until 1918, when the First World War ended. You can still see the original sign from “The Ice Bar” era being proudly displayed above the restaurant area in the Cafe today. After the great war, The Toma’s changed the name once again to “The Continental Cafe”. They traded happily for many years, supplying wonderful service, ice cream and ginger beer to the locals of Gourock and the surrounding areas up until the break of World War II. The Second World War brought a darker period for the Toma family when Lorenzo Toma was interred on the Isle Of Man as an “Enemy Alien”. During his time here he became friends with one Roland ‘Tiny’ Rowland, who was later to become the Chief Executive of the conglomerate Lonrho in 1962, and then the chairman of ‘The Observer’ newspaper in 1983. Lorenzo named his son after the good friend he spent his time with on the Isle Of Man. During WWII, The norwegian Navy set up base on the first floor of The Cafe, whilst the charity ‘Toc H’, an organisation who were instumental in the creation of todays Blood Transfusion Service, had a branch on the upper floor. There were regular entertainments at the cafe during these years and one favourite child performer was Jimmy Logan. Jimmy lived with his aunt, Annie Ross, next door and would take cover in the air raid shelter beneath the cafe during blitz time. The family were invited to Eamonn Andrews’ “This Is Your Life” in April 1973, to celebrate Jimmy’s life and career, and the country were treated to the stories of his time at The Continental Cafe. In the shadow of WWII, Lorenzo returned to his family in Gourock and the cottage he had nurtured into a successful local cafe. The Toma family continued to serve the community and put smiles on the faces of adults and children alike for many years to come. During the 1950′s Lorenzo was acting as a scout on behalf of his beloved AC Milan and frequented football games throughout Scotland on the lookout for fresh talent to be snapped up by the Italian giants. Glasgow Rangers players of the day frequented the cafe regularly, and in 1959 Rangers played host to AC. Lorenzo was the official host & interpretor for the visiting team. In 1985, Roland, and friend Brian Stewart, converted “The Continental Cafe” to it’s current trading name “Cafe Continental”. They focused on turning the succesful cafe, into an even more successful bar & restaurant, removing all facilities for making ice cream and replacing them with Versace tiles and stylish decor. The Cafe ambience and style has impressed screenwriters and producers, being used in the TV drama “Shadow Of The Stone” and movies “Gregory’s 2 Girls” and the Harvey Keitel drama “Where The Buffalo Roam”. And a list of celebrities have called our bar home including Domenick Allen, guitarist with Foreigner and musical director for Elton John & Liberace, His one time wife,Charlene Tilton of Dallas fame, and regular patron Abi Titmuss who stated in an interview that The Cafe was her favourite place to eat while visiting her parents in Scotland. The Cafe has gone on from strength to strength, and in doing so, has managed to embody a coffee shop at breakfast time, a Bar/Restaurant throughout the day, and a Bar/Disco/Live Venue/Comedy Club in the evening. All in the course of a 16 hour working day.”
  • Poleca 12 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“This place does breakfast, coffee and cake, lunch and dinner. It’s also licenced and does some good cocktails. ”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“fantastic views over the clyde ,home baking, superb staff polite and helpful, best breakfast and brunch quality sourced food ie storneway black pudding , caskies meat , loch fyne sea food , iconic scenes”
  • Poleca 5 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“Excellent food for a light lunch, safe room for cakes! Often have gluten free options. In a interesting village that used to be an orphange!”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Kawiarnia
“Bravo! McCaskie's rated "excellent" by 118 travellers TripAdvisor The Seaview Cafe has long been established and recognised as a feature of Wemyss Bay. Located opposite the Wemyss Bay Rail and Ferry terminals, it is popular with locals, commuters and tourists alike as a stop off for coffees, snacks and light meals. Certificate of Excellence 2018 Read Reviews TripAdvisor Enjoy our comfortable bistro directly across the our ferry terminal and watch the ferries and activity on the river clyde.”
  • Poleca 4 lokalnych gospodarzy
Restauracja
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
Bar z przekąskami
  • Poleca 1 lokalny gospodarz
Kawiarnia
“5 Minute drive, to retail park - Well known drive thru or sit in selection of coffees, pastries & snacks. ”
  • Poleca 2 lokalnych gospodarzy
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