News: Car-themed restaurant V-ATE to open ANOTHER branch in Boston hotel

News: Car-themed restaurant V-ATE to open ANOTHER branch in Boston hotel

Another Lincolnshire Highlights news story…

Langrick restaurant V-ATE has proved to be such a hit with customers that it’s owners are looking to another branch in a Boston Hotel.

The car-themed eatery, which is filled with tables made out of motorised vehicles, has joined forced with Boston businessman Alistair Arundell, owner of Smartmove Hotels, to open the new V-ATE restaurant and hotel.

The venue will include 25 bedrooms filled with automotive decor, as well a 100-seat restaurant on the ground floor.

Visitors to the restaurant will be able to eat their meals in car-themed booth tables in the building currently being renovated on the corner of High Street and Bridge Street.

Read More

Lincolnshire Headlines

The hotel owned and run by Smartmove Hotels, while V-ATE would be responsible for the restaurant, which it will run alongside its venue in Langrick.

Victoria Burden, who runs V-ATE with her husband, Neil, said it it is a “fabulous opportunity”.

An assortment of tables made out of car parts can be found inside
An assortment of tables made out of car parts can be found inside

“Alistair has invited us in to this incredible project and we aim to create a true flagship for future franchises to emulate,” she said. “The High Street location is quite a lot larger than our Langrick restaurant so that means that we have already begun sourcing the base vehicles and parts to create some brand new tables.”

 

She added that the larger size of the new venue means they will be able to fit in larger vehicles and be more ambitious with their decor.

“We know the tables that people love from our Langrick location so there will still be lots of Minis, a Mustang and some Fiat 500s as well as our new creations.”

Alistair Arundell, who owns the Quatyside hotel in Boston, is involved in the project
Alistair Arundell, who owns the Quatyside hotel in Boston, is involved in the project
(Image: Lincolnshire Echo)

Mr Arundell says the idea came up as he wanted to bring “something different” to the town.

“A lot of people just want something a bit different when they go to a hotel these days,” he said. “I was going to build a restaurant, so I asked the people at V-ATE, ‘Is this something you would be interested in?’

“I really liked their concepts. I love the whole aspect of it. I’ve found nothing there are no restaurants in Boston for children, there’s nowhere where you can take your family. This is for everybody.”

The venue will be in a listed building which is currently being renovated, and both the restaurant and hotel are expected to be open by 2020.



Source by [author_name]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Site Hosted and Maintained by HostBanquet - Lincolnshires Own Hosting Provider