Tag: bars

Would you open a Micropub?

Would you open a micropub?
Posted on 15 July, 2016 by Steph Cowie under Industry News, Misc

Micropubs have recently become trendy and in recent years they seem to be popping up in towns all across the UK. The philosophy is simple, keep it small, keep it simple. They are normally small no-frills pubs that specialize in a specific drink, such... Read More

The Botanist joins Birmingham’s eclectic Leisure and Hospitality line-up

Posted on 6 February, 2015 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Upmarket bar-restaurant concept The Botanist will soon be opening its doors in Birmingham city centre, having taken-up space on the ground floor of Cheltenham House on Temple Street. The property has recently undergone a £1.2 million refurbishment... Read More

Derry Tower Hotel on the market for £3.75m

Posted on 28 June, 2014 by Jodee Redmond under Commercial Sales and Lets

CBRE  has received instructions to offer the Tower Hotel in Derry for sale. This sale will provide buyers with what has been described as an "excellent" opportunity to acquire the 93-bedroom hotel, which is located within the Derry City walls. Offers of more... Read More

The Firehouse Effect ignites Marylebone Property Boom

Posted on 27 June, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Top Properties

As London property prices continue to rise, developers and investors are increasingly seeking opportunities to acquire commercial space in fashionable and upcoming areas. One of the key hotspots of interest has now become Marylebone, largely due to... Read More

Pubs hope for Brazil Bonanza as World Cup Fever mounts

Posted on 9 June, 2014 by Neil Bird under Business News

Pubs throughout the country will be hoping to cash in this week as the Football World Cup kicks off in Brazil. The potential revenue the tournament offers is clear when it is taken into account that 300,000 supporters are expected to watch England’s opening... Read More

Tiger Tiger hopes Property Refurbs will see it Burning Bright Again

Posted on 2 April, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

The leisure industry may have rebounded in impressive form since the end of the recession, but certain sectors within it continue to struggle. This primarily concerns pubs and nightclubs, as the price of alcohol remains a deterrent for consumers with low... Read More

Freeze in Alcohol Duties expected to Boost Pubs and Distilleries

Posted on 22 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

While many sectors have begun to feel the beneficial impact of the gradually improving economy, pubs, breweries and distilleries around the country are still struggling. It is hoped that the measures taken in the budget will stem the flood of pub... Read More

Sale of Distressed Dublin Pubs Shows No Sign of Easing

Posted on 12 February, 2014 by Cliff Goodwin under Commercial Sales and Lets, Worldwide Property News

The Towers — claimed to be one of the busiest public houses in Ireland — has become the latest in a string of Dublin licensed premises to be placed on the market by receivers. CBRE has confirmed it is looking for offers in excess of €1.2m (£999,000)... Read More

Skyscraper Restaurants provide Londoners with the Height of Dining

Posted on 27 January, 2014 by Neil Bird under Top Properties

London’s crop of skyscraper restaurants are proving hugely popular with the capital’s diners a respected guide will reveal tomorrow. The 2014 Guide to London’s Best Restaurants and Bars, published by Square Meal, shows that high rise dining was... Read More

Landmark Newcastle Pub for sale for £6.6m

Posted on 18 January, 2014 by Cliff Goodwin under Commercial Sales and Lets

One of Newcastle’s most iconic properties — built to symbolise the regeneration of the city’s Quayside — is on the market with a £6.6m price tag. The glass-fronted Pitcher and Piano pub and restaurant, originally commissioned in 1995 by the... Read More