Vintage tea-time at Vic-Ryn

The well known Cafe Vic-Ryn is opening late on Friday nights to offer a new Vintage Tea experience.

The new experience was officially launched by the Mayor of Lisburn, Councillor Thomas Beckett.

The Mayor of Lisburn and Castlereagh Council, Councillor Thomas Beckett, centre, cuts the ribbon to officially open the VIP Vintage Tea Area at Cafe Vic Ryn. Also included are from left, Hugh Evans, Jacqueline Evans, owner, Grace  Killen, counter assistant, Linda Beckett, Mayoress, Glen Scales, supervisor, Denise Ewart and Alderman Allan Ewart.
Photo by Tony Hendron / Press Eye

The Mayor of Lisburn and Castlereagh Council, Councillor Thomas Beckett, centre, cuts the ribbon to officially open the VIP Vintage Tea Area at Cafe Vic Ryn. Also included are from left, Hugh Evans, Jacqueline Evans, owner, Grace Killen, counter assistant, Linda Beckett, Mayoress, Glen Scales, supervisor, Denise Ewart and Alderman Allan Ewart. Photo by Tony Hendron / Press Eye

Proprietor Jacqueline Evans explained: “we are offering Vintage Tea Night on Fridays for those people who want to come out and get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, and spend a relaxing night in Cafe Vic-Ryn.

“I would like to thank the Mayor of Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council Councillor Thomas Beckett for officially launching this new venture and all those who attended.

“To make sure of a booking contact us on 028 9262 2649 and come and enjoy VIP treatment.”