Bistro to take over former burger bar in Southend From Echo Henry Burgers is closing it's Southend branch to concentrate on Leigh but former pub landlady Ann Bush is taking over the restaurant, off of Alexander Street, and hopes to transform it into a successful bar and bistro.
Neighbouring restaurant Legend Deli is also staying put after scrapping plans coach outlet tannersville pa to move. Mrs Bush, of Sutton Road, Rochford, will call the restaurant "Annie's Bar and Bistro" and plans to completely refurbish the place, have upstairs as a function room available for hire staying open until 3am. She said: "We will be refurbishing and opening upstairs. We have exciting things planned for the future. Upstairs will also be a function room as well as a restaurant, with bands and it will be available for private hire." The restaurant will be open during the day and evening with a variety of dishes including different types of steak. Mrs Bush hopes to officially take over today, March 14, and is adamant the bar and bistro will be open to the public at the weekend, with coach outlet factory online store rt 0 the refurbishment taking place after Easter. She said: "It's all happening over the course coach outlet handbags ralph of two to three months. "As soon as we take over we will be closed for a day, two days maximum. We will be open this weekend no matter what (sat 19)." The restaurant has a licence to open until 3am which she intends to put to use. She coach sneakers outlet store online added: "The opening times will be the same but we will be open later. The place has a late licence but it is not being used at the moment. I hope to stay open as late as 3am." Mrs Bush has a ten year minimum lease on the property and decided to open the restaurant after being bored during her retirement. She said: "I haven't opened anything like this before but have run pubs and restaurants for over 35 years. "I retired and I got bored. I want to go back to work, I love the work and love the industry. "All customers are welcome, old and new." The restaurant, in Market Place, served up their speciality burgers to their loyal customers one last time on Saturday so owner Henry Burgess can concentrate on the Leigh branch. Henry Burgess said before Christmas he was selling the lease for his Southend premises a year before it expires in order to focus on the restaurant's Leigh branch, along the Broadway, but added the Southend restaurant's location was a factor. Owner, Mr Burgess, said: "Leigh has been keeping me very busy.
I felt like I was spreading myself too thinly with the two sites, so I want to concentrate on the one site. I will miss that building, it is a lovely atmosphere there.".
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