Chapel Down to open new venture at London’s King’s Cross
Kent based wine maker Chapel Down Group has agreed to lease a 5,000 square foot site in London’s King’s Cross to enable it to open an experiential bar, restaurant and ginnery.
With the new venture to be called Chapel Down Gin Works, Chapel Down said it will aim to celebrate the “very best” of English food and drink.
Completion of the lease is subject to receipt of the appropriate planning and licencing approvals.
Frazer Thompson, Chapel Down chief executive, said: “We’ve had an amazing response to our new Chapel Down gin. This new site in King’s Cross is a spectacular setting and we are delighted that we’ve been able to work with estate owner King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership to enable us to create an iconic and exciting waterside venue and gin works.”
Chapel Down has also reported that sales rose by 15% to £5.716 million in the the six months to 30 June.
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