Cosy Club selects centre:mk for its latest location

Cosy Club, the well-known restaurant brand managed by award-winning hospitality business, Loungers, has selected centre:mk Milton Keynes for its latest location and one of only a handful in the South East.

A highstreet staple, Cosy Club Milton Keynes is set to open in Autumn and will join venues in leading UK towns and cities including Bath, York, Liverpool and Manchester. Located at 3-5 Silbury Arcade, the 6,000 sq ft restaurant will span two floors. In line with the brand’s iconic look, the interior at Cosy Club Milton Keynes will create a sense of occasion.

Since opening the first location in 2010, Loungers has evolved its Cosy Club offering through ambitious growth plans and unique positioning. With 32 sites across the country, Cosy Club is renowned for its wow-factor, theatrical flair and caters for an occasion-led demographic. Located in centre:mk, one of the top 10 retail destinations in the UK, Cosy Club’s latest site will serve the brand’s classic, comforting menu and carefully curated drinks offering.

Kevin Duffy, centre:mk’s Centre Director, said: “As a leading name in the F&B landscape, we are proud to announce the signing of Cosy Club for its next location. centre:mk is the first choice for leading brands expanding into the South East and we are committed to ensuring both the retail and F&B offer is unrivalled at our destination.” 

Hux Norman, Property and Acquisitions Manager for Loungers, said: “Every site is carefully selected to maintain exclusivity. Cosy Club is at home in prime city-centre and regionally dominant locations and centre:mk is a leading force in the South East. We are delighted to add to our ever-growing portfolio of exceptional locations and cannot wait to welcome the beauty and refinement of Cosy Club to the South East.” 

Milton Keynes has also received city status to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. Awarded by the Platinum Jubilee Civic Honours Competition, Milton Keynes’ city status recognised its 27 conservation areas, 50 scheduled monuments, 1,100 listed buildings and 270 pieces of public art. Separately, a report by Irwin Mitchell and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) has named Milton Keynes as being set to have one of the fastest growing economies in the UK by the end of 2023.  The city is predicted to see 2.6% year-on-year GVA growth in Q4 2023, with £600m of GVA added over the next two years.

 

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