At 3pm on Friday October 11th 2019, scores of personalities well suited from all walks of life converged at the long standing Sam King Investment located at Lower Gloucester Street which neighbours with the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Post-Colonial Sierra Leone Diocesan Bookshop.
Their purpose was to grace the occasion of the opening ceremony of the Pulse Restaurant and bar resort, fitted with tiles and colourful incomparable confortable chairs, trained staff with beaming smiles, a parking space with an alerted security guards, few inches away, traders voices could be heard to attract passers-by to buy their electronic and other technology apparatus of second hand rating but the message that awaits grips the heart and soul of every pleasure loving individual.
For anyone looking for an affordable place to chat with friends, mid-day and after working hours, sitting outside with an arm chair, overlooking the on-going construction of the propose City hall adjacent is the Mano River Union headquarters, admiring the brown stones of the colonial era used to construct Protestant Church, sipping drinks after taste of our traditional African foods in an environment
when the daily motorcade noise might have become much lesser in the evening hours, Pulse Restaurant and Bar has all reasons for its location, an ideal place, a walk with a cane of beer at hand just seconds away will further draw your attention to the sea waves, ships, boats, canoes anchored on their way elsewhere, few meters away on the left flank.
The sculpture of Wallace Johnson stands erect with Freetown City Council Metropolitan Police building further graced by the government Wharf business centre. That’s why the Partnership Management spokesman, MR. David Carew says! “Ours is truly African and you will talk elsewhere more about us when you pay us a visit, but please just be kind to bring a friend along”