All Late Night Bars and Clubs articles – Page 7

  • Fever Bars

    Stonegate to kickstart £7m refurbs of Fever estate


    Stonegate is preparing to launch a £7m refurbishment programme over the summer on parts of the Fever Bars estate, with the potential to mix and match formats in the c32-strong collection, MCA has learnt.

  • Adventure Bars

    Adventure Bar confirms location of ninth site


    Adventure Bar has confirmed it has secured the Pillars of Hercules in Greek Street, Soho – one of the Be At One pubs that Stonegate acquired last summer – for its ninth opening, MCA has learnt.

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    Analysis & Insight

    An enterprising move or PR exercise?


    Plans announced last Friday by the Mayor of London to launch Night Time Enterprise Zones may be well meaning, but will they actually work? Andrew Don gauges the opinions of operators in the sector, featuring commentary from The Deltic Group, UKHospitality, Disco Bars Group and the Night Time Industries Association.

  • Farringdon Club

    Simmons Bar acquires Dirty Harry’s site in Soho


    Simmons Bars has completed on a new site in Soho – the former Dirty Harry’s bar at 201-203 Wardour Street, MCA has learnt.

  • News

    Adventure Bar sets out growth strategy


    Adventure Bar has set out an expansion roadmap that will see it complete the acquisition of its ninth site early next month, at it looks to add on at least three bars a year to its estate.

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    Deltic’s new concept could be rolled out further


    Deltic Group chief executive, Peter Marks, has told MCA that the group’s new concept Eden could be rolled out further if it proves successful at the former Tiger Tiger sites.

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    Simmons puts Clerkenwell lease up for sale


    Simmons Bars, the Lonsdale Capital backed group, has put the lease of its Clerkenwell site up for sale through AG&G.

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    Analysis & Insight

    Simple Simmons


    Lonsdale-backed bar group Simmons has spent the past 12 months getting its house in order and is now ready to kick off the next stage of its growth plan. Georgi Gyton spoke to chief executive Nick Campbell about its journey since entering the world of private equity and why keeping it simple doesn’t have to mean boring.

  • Angel

    Simmons achieves 8% rise in lfls


    Lonsdale Capital-backed bar group Simmons has achieved a like-for-like sales (lfls) increase of 8% for the full year to 31 March 2019, MCA has learnt.

  • Nightclub

    Late night spend and frequency of visits on the rise


    Consumer late night leisure spend, frequency and duration all rose year-on-year in the last quarter, according to the latest Deltic Night Index. The index, based on surveys of 2,500 people, found average consumer spend this quarter rose 15.5% to £68.68, driven by an 11.7% increase in spend on food (£16.20), ...

  • Revolution

    Revolution brand to be segmented as lfls continue to fall


    Revolution Bars has reported on continued challenges to trading, with like-for-like sales (lfls) down 7.3% in the eight weeks to 23 February.

  • News

    Mr Lyan heading to Amsterdam


    Ryan ‘My Lyan’ Chetiyawardana, several-times winner of the World’s Best Bar, is opening his first international venture, in Amsterdam.

  • News

    Bar 6 Group confirms third Near & Far


    Bar 6 Group, the company behind Magic Roundabout and The Good Mixer, has confirmed it is to open its third Near & Far site, in Camden.

  • Near and Far

    Near & Far heading to Camden


    Near & Far, the cocktail bar and café concept, is opening a third venue, in Camden, MCA understands.

  • Tim Howard, Deltic Group
    Analysis & Insight

    Same marketing rules – new tools to work with


    Tim Howard, marketing director at The Deltic Group discusses the power of data and how the late-night venue operator is using mobile ticketing apps to better understand and target its customers from a marketing perspective.

  • Deltic Group

    London’s late-night approach ‘should be example to rest of UK’


    Proposals to help save the high street by making the most of London’s underused spaces with exhibitions, live performances and temporary bars have been applauded by leading industry figures.

  • Piano Works

    Piano Works Group reports record festive sales


    The Piano Works Group, operator of late night live music venues in Farringdon and the West End has said it experienced its best ever Christmas, with sales of £1.6m for the five weeks to 23 December.

  • Deltic Group

    Deltic sees pre-booked xmas sales up 5% YOY


    The Deltic Group has seen a 5% like-for-like sales increase in pre-bookings for Christmas, MCA has learnt.

  • The Deltic Group
    Analysis & Insight

    Spend up but frequency down across late-night sector


    Consumer spend on an average night out has increased by 8.9% year-on-year, to £67.05, according to the latest Deltic Night Index.

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    Stonegate converts three Yates bars to Slug & Lettuce


    Stonegate is to open four additional Slug & Lettuce site – three of which were formerly Yates bars, and the fourth a Stonegate pub called The Goose, in Doncaster.