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Busy Northampton town centre bar to reopen this weekend following a six figure makeover

Revolution Bar in Bridge Street

Revolution Bar in Bridge Street

Revolution bar in Northampton’s Bridge Street will reopen today (Saturday) following a complete renovation.

Revolution bosses say the transformation aims to ‘heighten the bar‘s presence in the area as the leader in premium drinking and dining venues’.

The bar will open at midday today after a week’s closure.

The bar has been completely renovated to include a second bar, brand new outdoor area and a refreshed, modern interior with hostess table service.

After serving from a limited menu, and with an increased demand for affordable, quality food, the bar will also be introducing the full food menu. Focusing on relaxed dining, customers can choose from internationally inspired main dishes, stone baked pizzas, snacks and smaller plates – ideal for sharing.

The impressive new-look bar will begin re-launch celebrations at noon with a free BBQ on the terrace and, from 6pm guest can enjoy canapés, cocktails, live music, DJs and entertainment. Showcasing Revolution’s largest ever cocktail menu to date, expert mixologists will also invite guests to take part in their own mini-cocktail making master-class.

Seamus Burke, the bar’s general manager, said: “We are looking forward to welcoming back existing customers to our new-look venue, and we hope the changes we have made will also encourage new custom. We have received an extensive investment which is really exciting for us, and will be really evident when you see the finished ‘product’.”

 

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