Black and White Hospitality Opens New Restaurant in South Gloucestershire

Black and White Hospitality, which owns and manages the franchise rights to eight Marco Pierre White restaurant concepts, has opened the latest venue in its portfolio.

Located at The Gables Hotel in Falfield, South Gloucestershire, the new restaurant, which is a Marco’s New York Italian, has 104-covers and has replaced the hotel’s bar and breakfast area.

Inspired by Pierre White’s Italian heritage and love for New York and passion for classic, simple, authentic food, guests will now be able to enjoy a mix of Italian-inspired dishes and American classics including a range of pizzas, burgers, steaks and pastas.

Nick Taplin, Chairman and CEO of Black and White Hospitality said: “We’re delighted that this latest New York Italian is now open. It’s interesting that despite a two-year pandemic, there are still venues out there looking to develop and improve their food offering.

“The New York Italian concept was ideal for The Gables Hotel’s customer base. It represents friendly, casual dining and will give guests of the hotel as well as people of the area a great new place to go out and eat. It’s not pretentious, it’s just good food, served in a relaxed environment. We’ll now work closely with the owners to make it a big success.”

“As a business we are looking at a host of new and exciting opportunities both here in the UK and abroad while working closely with business owners and investors to realise the potential of their dining spaces.

“It also means the reach of Black and White Hospitality continue to expands on the global scale.”

Anthony Greenidge, general manager at the venue added: “The new interior looks stunning and it’s great that we are now open and taking bookings for those looking for a new place to dine out.

“The menu includes dishes that offer a fresh alternative, where authentic, uncomplicated food is served promptly. We’re now looking forward to welcome families, groups of friends and couples to come in to enjoy lunch or dinner or to celebrate a special occasion.“


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