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The New World Trading Company to open 12th Botanist site

28 November 2016 by
The New World Trading Company to open 12th Botanist site

UK restaurant operator, the New World Trading Company is to open a Botanist pub and restaurant in Didsbury early next year.

The restaurant will open in former JD Wetherspoons pub, The Milson Rhodes, on School Lane.

It will span across a total of 4,500sq ft and host live bands with daily gigs and Sunday afternoon sessions.

Guests will dine from a deli, rotisserie and BBQ-inspired menu. Drinks include botanical cocktails, a selection of beers and ales and a wide range of handpicked gins.

The New World Trading Company chief executive officer, Chris Hill said "We are incredibly excited to bring The Botanist concept to Didsbury. We've had great success since our first opening in Alderley Edge back in 2012 and look forward to continuing this in our new location."

Alongside Botanist sites at Alderley Edge, Birmingham, Chester, Farnham, Knutsford, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Marlow, Sheffield & York, the New World Trading Company also operates the Oast House in Manchester, The Smugglers Cove, The Club House in Liverpool and the Trading House in London and Glasgow.

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