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Ipswich: Recognition for Waterfront eaterie Quayside

13:27 25 February 2013

Quayside in Ipswich

Quayside in Ipswich

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A RESTAURANT and bar on Ipswich’s Waterfront is today celebrating receiving recognition for its responsible management towards the alcohol industry.

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Quayside, at the foot of the Regatta development, close to the Old Custom House, has received the accreditation under the Best Bar None scheme.

The scheme, which runs in the town recognises those establishments across Ipswich that are working responsibly to ensure the safety of their customers.

Quayside is celebrating receiving recognition by the scheme for the second year running.

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