Denbighshire County Council is delighted to unveil the name for the brand new restaurant being created at the Pavilion Theatre in Rhyl.
The new restaurant will be named ‘1891’ – reflecting the year the Pavilion was first opened in the town and forms a significant part of the internal redevelopment. The bar areas are also being refurbished.
The work of repainting and recreating the façade of the main theatre building and the creation of a new entrance foyer is also well underway.
As well as the creation of the restaurant, the team is launching a recruitment drive over the coming months, with the initial search for a head chef, followed by the recruitment of an assistant chef, restaurant supervisor, kitchen porters, waiting–on and bar staff.
The restaurant is due to open later this year.
Leader of Denbighshire, Councillor Hugh Evans OBE, said: “I’m delighted that work is well underway on creating this brand new restaurant at the Pavilion. It’s all about providing the best possible food and drink offer for theatre –goers, as well as the general public through a first class catering facility.
“This prestigious offer will form a significant part of the waterfront regeneration jig-saw. Work is already underway on building the Premier Inn at the former Honey Club site, enhancement works have almost been completed at the Sky Towe to create a light beacon and the planning decision on the prestigious waterpark development is due in the coming weeks.
“It’s great to see some of these key developments taking shape – this is a great catalyst for what will be an exciting, major regeneration of the waterfront area”.
Posted on Wednesday 28th June 2017