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13 August 2013

Milts is joined by a number of Town legends as the Blues open up new Hall of Fame restaurant

Fans were given a first glimpse at Town’s new ‘Hall of Fame’ restaurant at the weekend, as it was officially unveiled on Sir Bobby Robson Day.

Blues legend Simon Milton was joined by a number of former Town stars for the grand unveiling, including Bryan Hamilton, Micky Stockwell, Ted Phillips and Allan Hunter.

The initial idea for the Hall of Fame was conceived by Bryan and the first inductees were added in 2007. Inductees are voted in by former players at the annual ex-players’ dinner. 

Bryan has been the Club’s match day host in the Centre Spot Restaurant for a number of years, so for him it seemed the perfect place to launch the new concept. 

“The preparation and hard work that has gone into launching this new area is fantastic,” Bryan told the Club website. 

“We want this to be a place where supporters can come and enjoy the history being celebrated by the Hall of Fame, whilst having the opportunity to mingle with former players.”

The occasion was marked in perfect fashion by Mick McCarthy’s side, as we got off the mark with a 3-0 win against Millwall, on Sir Bobby Robson Day.

If you would like to enjoy hospitality in the Hall of Fame Restaurant for a match this season, contact the Sales Team on 01473 400594 or email

Special thanks go to Let’s Party and My Big Fat Wedding Disco for their help with the launch.

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