New luxurious restaurant to open in Cheshire after main £1m transformation

New luxurious restaurant to open in Cheshire after main £1m transformation

A brand new restaurant is ready to open in Cheshire after a serious £1 million refurbishment. The Cheshire Tavern in Congleton, which closed in 2022, has been reworked into an opulent restaurant opening later this month as The Orange Tree.

Hospitality group, Parogon, has reworked the location after taking it over in July 2022, and is ready to open it as its second Orange Tree restaurant following the success of its Stoke-on-Trent website.

Work on the £1million refurbishment begun in April this yr, to show the Grade II listed constructing into a contemporary and trendy venue the place patrons can expertise a up to date and relaxed eating expertise, with excellent meals and signature cocktails. It has now been introduced that the brand new restaurant, on West Highway, will open for the primary time on Tuesday, November 28.

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Based in 2007, Staffordshire-based Parogon Group is likely one of the UK’s quickest rising restaurant teams. It has a number of venues throughout Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire, together with Willow at Trentham and The Swan with Two Necks, in Staffordshire.

The brand new opening has created round 50 jobs for the native space with administration, kitchen and entrance of home positions.

Phil Sharp, property director at Parogon Group, mentioned: “We’re thrilled to be opening The Orange Tree Congleton, lower than 12 months after we acquired the location. After a powerful refurbishment, the long-lasting Grade II listed constructing has been given a brand new lease of life while sustaining its beautiful historical past and character.

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