Pint Shop is set to expand into Birmingham in October, marking the third opening for the restaurant and bar enterprise.
The location, a former office in the city centre dating from 1860, features a 50+ cover dining room alongside a ground floor bar and an outdoor terrace.
Pint Shop, which also operates in Oxford and Cambridge, was shortlisted for the Pub and Bar Catey award in 2016.
The Birmingham opening will continue in the style of its forbears, specialising in craft beer and gin, while offering British cuisine.
Head chef Mark Walsh from two AA rosette Opus is set to head up the food operation in the Bennet Hill site, while Lee Coliandras, formerly of The Plough in Harborne, will serve as general manager.
Co-owner Rich Holmes said: "We're really excited to be bringing Pint Shop to Birmingham and are thrilled to have secured two of the city's most experienced hospitality professionals to take charge of our new site."
Pint Shop was founded in November 2013 with the aim of capturing the spirit of the original beer houses of the 1830s.