This Month in Premier Hospitality 5-7
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we pop in for a coffee at The Mill House; we unveil the latest addition to the Grind collection; and we catch up with one of the owners of Swansea’s newest hot spot, Lil London.
The Mill House in Stewarton, Scotland, had its grand unveiling in November 2015 and the new venue has been a great success. Open every day, from early until late, The Mill House is the place to go for everything from early morning coffee, breakfasts, leisurely lunches and evening meals to after work drinks with friends. The newest of the Buzzworks venues looks set to become the destination of choice for the local community and neighbouring towns and the new look is turning heads with its stylish and unique interior.
Meanwhile, following the success of Shoreditch, Soho, London, Holborn and Soho Radio, the Grind team are excited to open their sixth site, Covent Garden Grind, and to announce their seventh, Royal Exchange Grind which is set to open next month. With its connections to music and culture, Covent Garden provides the perfect backdrop for Grind’s electric, fast paced attitude, while the Grade I listed Royal Exchange continues the Grinds reputation for reclaiming some of the most spectacular spaces in London.
And finally, Lil London opened its doors to the general public on Thursday 25th February and is the brainchild of owners Dai Wakely, David Bellis and Sillio Martens. Features of Lil London include a V.I.P caravan booth, toilet doors replicating 10 Downing Street, a grand piano as a DJ booth, tables made out of copper boilers, tables made from petrol tankers and a men’s urinal made from a Victorian style bath tub. The walls of the bar are lined with cassette tapes, while the bar has been transformed into a double decker bus.
With all this and more, it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality.