Drake & Morgan is set to open two new sites in central London.
The move will take the privately owned bar and restaurant group, founded by managing director Jillian MacLean (pictured), to nine sites overall.
The first 6,000 sq ft site will open in Regent's Place, the British Land mixed-use campus occupied by more than 12,000 residents and workers in London's West End. Spread over two floors, the bar and restaurant will feature a large al fresco terrace and will open late 2014.
The second venue, opening early 2015, is located in the new AXA Real Estate development on St Pancras Square, King's Cross, which will also be home to Google's new headquarters. The 12,000 sq ft venue will also have al fresco seating in a central courtyard.
MacLean said: "This is an exciting time for Drake & Morgan as we move into the next stage of our growth post Bowmark's acquisition last year. We're delighted to be working with AXA again (our landlords at The Happenstance and The Fable) and British Land. At both sites, we are in the company of some really great businesses and fellow leisure operators."