Just in time for Christmas parties, there has been a flurry of new bar and restaurant openings this month.
With a motto of ‘Feast, quaff and cut shapes’ House cocktail bar has opened on Leamington’s Parade serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and whole joints for the table to share as Sunday roasts.
Warwick diners can now tuck into ‘Starving Squid’ (chicken red curry, Thai pork dumplings, Thai spring rolls and jasmine rice) for £10.95 at Thai restaurant Giggling Squid.
First to visit the long-awaited restaurant from Jamie Desogus, bloggers Out in Brum report that Harborne Kitchen is “a top class restaurant. The service and food is simply too good to pass up, and it promises to offer a lot of possibilities – pints, cocktails, bar food, celebratory dinners, romantic meals, coffee, and everything in between.”
Lobster Peninsular has transformed the Futurist Cinema in Birmingham’s John Bright Street into a seafood restaurant, bar and secret nightclub.
Over in the Great Western Arcade patisserie chef Rosie Grindlay has opened her first shop. Miss Macaroon sells gift boxes or single flavours from pistachio and strawberries and cream to spiced toffee apple mandarin and clove. Boxes of six macaroons are £12.50.
Coming soon: In Coventry, the Byatts Brewery is set to open their new brewhouse and bar on 26th November and Caribbean street food Leave it To Esme is launching their new restaurant in Fargo Village in December.