Reopenings round-up

Nando's, Costa, Revolution, Kerb and Patisserie Valerie round out this week's list of reopenings.

Street food business Kerb has reopened major food hall Seven Dials Market in London to welcome back customers since lock-down.

Coffeehouse chain Costa has reopened another 181 stores bringing the total of 2,200 of its sites now open.

Revolution Bars Group has reopened Revolution sites in Bath, Glasgow Mitchell Street, Leeds Electric Press, Newcastle, Nottingham Hockley and Stafford along with Revolución de Cuba venues in Harrogate and Nottingham.

South African restaurant chain Nando’s has reopened a further 102 of its UK sites for dine-in.

Healthy food-to-go concept Pure has launched its first airport site at Gatwick located in the airport’s North Terminal. The opening marks the 22nd site for the Spencer Craig-led business.

New Japanese and Latin American fusion concept Sugoi JPN has opened a first London site within a unit at Merton Abbey Mills in Colliers Wood offering a community terrace for diners to sit and eat plus a takeaway service.

London-based Japanese restaurant Feng Sushi launched a sushi deli counter in Selfridges. The counter will offer favourites on the menu alongside new options exclusive to Selfridges.

Indoor mini-golf experience Puttshack is to reopen its White City site from Saturday August 8 followed by its Lakeside venue later in the month.

The team behind The Bubble Inn opened a new site in the village of Kniveton, near Ashbourne, formerly known as The Ketch.

Manchester-based vegan restaurant Vertigo has opened its third site in the MediaCityUK.

The Inn Collection Group has reopened The Coniston Inn in Coniston. The historic 42-bedroom Lake District property has reopened following the completion of a multimillion-pound redesign.

Pizza and Italian street food concept Civerinos has opened its third site in Edinburgh which offers New York-style wood-fired pizzas and modern Italian street food.

Turkish restaurant Oklava, has opened a neighbourhood restaurant in north London.

Tokyo Industries-owned smokehouse brand Red’s True Barbecue has opened a site in Greater Manchester available for takeaway and delivery.

The team behind Patisserie Valerie has reopened 20 sites, including in Bromley, Cambridge, Leicester Square, Nottingham, Victoria and Windsor, for full table service as well as click and collect. A further 15 sites are set to reopen this week, including those in Belfast, Exeter, Edinburgh, Milton Keynes and Sheffield.

The Clink, the charity that aims to reduce reoffending by training and qualifying prisoners for employment as chefs, has launched a takeaway service available in Battersea, Camberwell, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Mayfair, Mitcham, Putney and Westminster.

Indian chef Sanjeev Kapoor has opened Yellow Chilli restaurant at Wembley Central Shopping Centre in London.

The modern British restaurant based in Shoreditch Lyle’s will reopen from Wednesday August 12. The Restaurant will offer daily changing menus, will take part in the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme.

Michelin-starred chef Adam Byatt has reopened Trinity and Bistro Union in Clapham, London.

Chicken concept Wingmans has opened its largest site in Soho. The site focuses on homemade comfort food and American-style sides.

Italian street food market Mercato Metropolitano has launched an alfresco cafe concept in Mayfair.

The team behind US chicken brand Wingstop has opened its third site, at Bluewater in Kent which is open for delivery, takeaway and dine-in.

North west-based brewer and retailer Robinsons has reopened the Y Bryncynan pub in Morfa Nefyn, North Wales. The site has undergone £1m refurbishment and will have a focus on pub classics menu.

North London-based deli Da Mario has launched an Italian restaurant and pizzeria Donna Sofia after taking on the premises next door to its Highbury outlet.

An Italian summer party pop-up Pop Sapori has launched in King’s Cross, London. The site is open for takeaway and dine-in at The Megaro Hotel.

London nightclub The Cause has launched an alfresco food, drink and events space next to its Tottenham Hale site in Costa Del Tottenham.

Midlands-based Roseacre Pub Company has launched its ninth site The Beacon  following £500,000 investment.

Plant-based brand By Chloe, which is part of Qoot Restaurant Group in collaboration with Club Cultured has opened a vegan venture Club Tropicana in Abbeville Road, Clapham.

Cafe concept Framptons Cafe Bar & Kitchen has reopened two of its venues in Ringwood and Tunbridge Wells after using Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme.

Michelin star Chef Skye Gyngell has launched summer desserts site Spring In Summer at Somerset House.

Essex-based vegan barbecue brand Stoked has opened a permanent site in London Road in Westcliff-on-Sea, after a series of popular pop-ups.

The Prince Akatoki London hotel in Marylebone has reopened its Japanese fusion restaurant TOKii and The Malt Lounge & Bar offering restaurant and bar delivery services.

American Football club owner has opened a restaurant Orton’s Brasserie in the former Queen Victoria Arts Club in Leicester.

Street food concept Digbeth Dining Club has reopened in Birmingham after operating from a truck outside Digbeth venue catering for takeaway orders.

Magazine editor and former TOWIE star Vas J Morgan has opened a restaurant The Broadway in Muswell Hill, north London.

See last week’s edition of Reopenings round-up.

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