Spirit Pub Company is considering rolling out a carvery menu option across its Fayre & Square branded estate. The company is currently trialling the option in three of its sites, but it is understood that early consumer feedback has been encouraging. It is thought that the Fayre & Square carvery trial will lead the company to stop the rollout of its Roast Inn, carvery format, which it has so far opened in two Yorkshire pubs, the Hare & Hounds in Menston, and the Sir Jack in Rotherham. Both pubs are expected to eventually be converted to the Fayre & Square brand. The company currently operates 99 sites under the Fayre & Square format and expects to add a further 55 to the brand from its current estate over the next year. It hopes to eventually operate 250 pubs under the brand. It will open the 100th Fayre & Square at the end of this month in Leicester. The company is currently carrying out a £500,000 refurbishment of the Gynsills pub in the Glenfield area of the city. The pub will officially re-open on 29th October and will also offer a carvery option on its menu.