Plymouth’s newest restaurant has started taking reservations for the month of May ahead of its official opening at the Royal William Yard.
The trendy new restaurant is run by one of the UK’s fastest growing companies, which is set to open up to seven more locations in 2021 – despite losing £ 4.4million before Covid does not reach the UK.
And the Club House is already accepting reservations for May after starting to advertise the storefront and kitchen. via his Facebook page.
Despite a difficult year for bars and restaurants, hotel heavyweight The New World Trading Company (NWTC) is “focused” on the future and growth of its business, with the opening of its new restaurant- bar in plymouth May 17th.
It is the first time that the brand has ventured into Devon. The new location continues the company’s recent expansion in the South West, following openings in Bristol, Cheltenham and Bath. It will also be The Club House’s second location, after a successful five-year stay in Liverpool.
NWTC owns a range of award-winning brands including The Oast House, The Botanist, The Canal House, The Smugglers Cove, The Trading House, The Florist and The Club House.
Despite a difficult year, administrators said they had “sufficient resources to continue to exist operationally for the foreseeable future” with the government’s Covid stimulus package providing support.
This includes the opening in Plymouth in the Grade I listed Brewhouse building of the Royal William Yard, inside the unit previously occupied by the Latin American themed restaurant Las Iguanas, which closed in 2020 when parent company Casual Dining Group took office.
The NWTC, headquartered in Cheshire, which opened locations in Cardiff and Warrington in 2019, said The Club House promises a “relaxed holiday feeling all year round; perfect for the upcoming summer vacation ”.
He said that in Plymouth, a distinctive and relaxed bar and restaurant would extend outside, overlooking the Royal William Yard Marina. There will be an extensive menu of food alongside a wide selection of beers, wines and cocktails.
The Club House is boosting the city’s economy by recruiting kitchen staff, bartenders and waiters of all skill levels.
Natasha Waterfield, COO of NWTC, said: “It has been a difficult year for the hospitality industry, but I am incredibly proud to be leading such a resilient company that is fueled and supported by our incredible teams across the country.
“Being able to still open a venue is a testament to the talent of our NWTC family and we are thrilled to bring our unique brand to a historic place like Plymouth. ”
Emily Handslip, Commercial Director of Urban Splash, said: “We are delighted to welcome New World Trading Company to the Royal William Yard.
“Visitors will love this new bar and restaurant, whether they want to relax comfortably inside or sip a cocktail in the sun by the water.”
Hailey Cattle, Urban Splash Regional Marketing Manager, said: “With such a variety of hospitality, entertainment and retail businesses on offer in the yard, combined with our scenic waterfront setting, we are truly a must-see destination.
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