We have been given a sneak peek into some of the dishes and cocktails that will be served when the Philharmonic opens this doors again this summer. The iconic Cardiff nightspot has been closed for nine years but finishing touches are being put in place by Croeso Pubs Ltd to ensure that customers are offered some fab food and drink.
One of Cardiff’s most iconic nightspots will re-launch next month in an investment creating 70 new jobs. The Philharmonic in the centre of the city has undergone a £750,000 refurbishment to create a new seven-days-a-week bar and restaurant venue. The lease for the venue, in a grade II listed building, has been acquired by Croeso Pubs Ltd. Director with the company Simon Little said it is the process of recruiting 70 staff for the venue, from bar to management roles.
One of the most eagerly-awaited re-openings in Cardiff is nearing completion. The £750,000 refurbishment of The Philharmonic in Cardiff is getting close to being ready for thirsty punters. Work started in June 2016 and in the last month has moved forward dramatically. This week a 360-degree bar has been fitted on the ground floor.
The £750,000 transformation of one of Cardiff’s most iconic nightspots will now include an outdoor dining area. Work on The Philharmonic pub on St Mary Street has already started ahead of its opening this spring. The grade II listed building was bought by independent bar company Croeso Pubs Ltd after a five-year closure.
A secret lane has been uncovered during works to renovate one of Cardiff’s best loved venues. The Philharmonic on St Mary Street is being renovated as part of a £750,000 refurbishment. After setbacks with the project, it is now due to reopen in May. During the work, builders have discovered a number of original features which were buried under plasterboard and floorboards. But their most exciting discovery has been a “hidden lane” which ran between the former Philharmonic Hotel (where the pub stands to
The reopening of one of the most iconic nightspots in Cardiff has been delayed as renovation work is taking longer than expected. The Philharmonic, based in the capital’s St Mary Street, was originally due to reopen in November this year but the date has been pushed back to “safeguard the future of the building”. Refurbishment work on the legendary venue began earlier this year to take it back to its former Victorian glory.
It was one of the most iconic nightspots in the Welsh capital. And now refurbishment work has started on the the former Philharmonic , taking back to its former Victorian glory. Refurbishment work has started on the The Philharmonic, and the new owners have promised to celebrate its heritage and transform it into a stylish new eaterie and bar, complete with all the Victorian fixtures and fittings.
An iconic building that thousands of music lovers and clubbers have frequented over the years – The Philharmonic on St Mary Street in Cardiff – has been sold after six months on the market. And it is thought the venue, which has been closed for over 5 years, will brought back to life as a nightspot. The Grade II listed building that created so many amazing memories for many local people has been sold by specialist property adviser Christie & Co on behalf of the joint administrators of TCG Ltd for for an
It was closed for more than five years but iconic Cardiff city centre venue The Philharmonic on St Mary Street has now been sold after six months on the market. The Grade II listed building attracted thousands of music lovers and clubbers over the years, drawn to the basement level nightclub and a ground floor lounge bar. The future is now looking bright for the landmark venue which may well be brought back to life as a nightspot.
A Grade II listed former Cardiff nightclub is being put up for sale for £650,000. The former Philharmonic, which is next to the former Cardiff Philharmonic Hall on the busy St Mary Street, traded as a late-night venue and bar. It featured a basement level nightclub, a ground floor lounge bar and a mezzanine seating area.