Brewer and pub operator Bath Ales has opened its second bar/brasserie under the Graze brand in Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
The sister venue of Graze in Bristol will offer a range of specially crafted cask ales, including its flagship brand, Gem.
Meat will be central to the menu, and will be cooked predominantly on a Josper charcoal grill.
Bath Ales retail director, Robin Couling, said: "Opening Graze in Cirencester is an exciting addition to our growing estate. Our aim is to bring a new, vibrant and welcoming bar and restaurant to the town.
"We've taken inspiration from the great steak restaurants in London and New York and given the bar a modern make-over to offer customers a great pint of cask ale and the best quality dining under one roof."
Graze Cirencester is Bath Ales' 10th venue overall. It currently operates eight pubs and bars in Bristol and Bath - the Hare on the Hill, the Hop Pole, the Live and Let Live, the Salamander, the Swan, the Wellington, Beerd and Graze Bar & Chophouse, and recently opened a new pub, the Grapes, in Oxford.
By Neil Gerrard
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