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Bad Neighbour Vinyl Cafe

Located inside Sticky Fingers, the new upstairs venue is a cafe bar and a record shop all in one

Sticky Fingers has long been one of Middlesbrough’s favourite places for a pint, music and its legendary burgers.

And if you like vinyl, you’ll probably now love it even more.

Teaming up with Bad Neighbour records, who were based in the Forbes Building further up Linthorpe Road, the first floor of the building has been transformed into a vinyl cafe bar.

Toni Cook, who has run Sticky Fingers for the last two and a half years, said: “We were looking for something that would make good use of all the space we had, and it seemed a really good idea.

“It’s a place to come for vinyl, or just to sit with a coffee or a beer. You can get the same food and drink upstairs that you’ll be used to in our main downstairs bar, but it’s another really cool space for people to enjoy.

“The feedback has been really good so far.”

Inside of Bad Neighbour Vinyl cafe

The last two years has been tough for everyone in the hospitality trade – and it’s hoped that customers will continue to support the bar over Christmas.

“It’s been hellish to be honest, it has for everyone,” continued Toni. “With the latest announcement, it seems people are worried again but we’ve had great support from our customers and we’re looking forward to seeing them over Christmas.”

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