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Former Pizza Express to become new bar and restaurant

Savills, on behalf of the landlord, has agreed the letting of 32 Broad Street in Alresford to Glaister Inns Limited, owners of The Three Horseshoes in Bighton.

The property will be turned into a high-end bar and restaurant called The Town House Alresford, with private hire dining and co-working space on the upper floors.

Glaister Inns Limited was established in 2021 when Henry Glaister and Minnie Hawley acquired The Three Horseshoes in Bighton. They have extensive hospitality and high-end events experience.

Mr Glaister said: “We are excited to open up our second venue in my hometown of Alresford and build on the success we have created at The Three Horseshoes. We pride ourselves on delivering high quality food, drink and most importantly, service and we look forward to welcoming the residents of Alresford and visitors when we open.”

The character Grade II listed building, which was formerly let to Pizza Express, will be split into separate trading areas with the front of the building serving coffees, breakfasts, light-lunches and brunch to eat in or takeaway. The remaining ground floor rooms will become a bar and restaurant.

The rooms on the first floor will be transformed into private dining rooms and co-working space, which will be available for private hire. The garden will provide additional drinking, dining and events space.

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