Marston's announces two new Lost & Found sites

By Georgina Townshend

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Growth strategy: Revere announces two new Lost and Found sites
Growth strategy: Revere announces two new Lost and Found sites

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Premium arm of Marston’s estate, Revere, has announced that two new Lost & Found sites and a refurbishment of its original Birmingham site is on the cards for 2018.

The group will open its second Leeds site in February, reopen in Birmingham in March, and launch a brand-new site in Bristol the following month, it confirmed.

Following the success of venues in Birmingham, Leeds and Knutsford, Revere has "witnessed the popularity" of Leeds, as well as the "hospitality boom" in Bristol, and, as a result, has selected these locations to further grow the brand. 

Revere managing director Colin Sadler said: “We are delighted to be expanding the Lost & Found brand and building on our success as a destination venue.

"Leeds is thriving with young professionals who are a key demographic for us, and with Bristol recently being named best city to live in the UK – thus drawing in many new people to the area – we are sure the new sites will be perfect for our growth strategy.”

Botanical hideaways

The new sites will follow Lost & Found’s signature theme with designs based on Victorian botanical hideaways, catering for all occasions from "intimate celebrations to business events".

The drinks menu will revive classic cocktails from days gone by, made with in-house infused spirits and bitters, as well as signature cocktails created in the name of fictional professors who ‘oversee’ each bar location. Drinks will be served alongside a menu including hand-finished pizzas and Josper-grilled steaks.

Launching in February, Lost & Found Leeds, with Professor Benedict Pike at the helm, will open in the iconic Leeds Club on Albion Place, restoring the Grade II-listed Victorian building complete with a bar, restaurant, private boardroom and secret drinking den. 

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