Chester Northgate attracts Cosy Club

Published:  06 June, 2017

Restaurant brand secures space in first phase of Chester Northgate

The 180-cover Cosy Club restaurant will be in Hunter’s Walk, an arcade that will be formed from the historic, former library building, linking Town Hall Square with a new public space in front of the relocated market and the Picturehouse cinema. Cosy Club’s 5,500-sq ft unit on ground and first floor levels will face onto Town Hall Square in close proximity to both the city’s Cathedral and the newly opened cultural centre, Storyhouse.

Cosy Club has taken the unit on a 15-year lease. The brand is operated by Loungers, which also owns ‘the Lounge’ neighbourhood café-bars. There are 20 Cosy Club restaurants across the country including York, Manchester, Liverpool, Bath, Exeter and Cheltenham.

As an all-day café-bar operation with an eclectic style, the new Chester Cosy Club restaurant will offer breakfasts, coffees and lunches before morphing into a restaurant-bar for evening trade. The restaurant is expected to open during 2018.

David Lewis, Executive Director of Rivington Land – the Council’s development manager – said: “Securing Cosy Club is another great example of how Chester Northgate will attract many new brands to the city centre and thereby enhance its vitality and long-term sustainability.”

JLL is the leasing agent acting for Chester Northgate.


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