New World Trading Company to open the Club House in Liverpool

16 June 2015 by
New World Trading Company to open the Club House in Liverpool

Pub group the New World Trading Company is to open the Club House, a new bar in the Chavasse Park area of retail development Liverpool One.

Spread over two floors, the 600-cover, 7,446 sq ft location will open late 2015, and also have a first floor terrace, with a permanent grill and barbecue set up at the front of the space, plus an outdoor area looking onto Chavasse Park.

Part of the Living Ventures group from Tim Bacon and Jeremy Roberts, the New World Trading Company has another site in Liverpool: the Smugglers Cove in Albert Dock, and also runs the Oast House in Manchester, and the six-strong Botanist group including Birmingham, Leeds and Chester.

The brand most recently opened the Trading House, on the former Bank of New Zealand site in London's Gresham Street.

Living Ventures operates 11 brands and restaurant groups, including Manchester House, Artisan, the Alchemist, Gusto, and Australasia. Bacon and Roberts were joint winners of the Group Restaurateur of the Year award at the 2014 Cateys.

Living Ventures to open new Liverpool restaurant after £1m fit-out >>

New World Trading Company's London site set for June launch >>

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