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£20,000

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Five Year Agreement

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3+ BedroomsCask AleLive MusicKitchenSports Teams
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Brooklyns Sports Bar & Grill

Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 1RH

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Brooklyn’s currently trades as a sports bar and grill and is a prominent and well-known venue situated in the main shopping area of Newcastle-Under-Lyme. Recently refurbished to an impressive standard, this semi-detached building is amongst plenty of pubs and bars, ideally situated on the evening drinking circuit.

Pub Layout

The pub trades over three levels. The spacious ground floor area is serviced by one large bar and benefits from booth seating, some of which are fitted with individual TVs. The 2nd floor is a mezzanine level which is within close proximity to the bar on the 3rd floor. This bar has draught products but also lends itself well as a specialist gin and cocktails bar. The fully fitted kitchen is situated on the 3rd floor, ideal for serving diners on the top and mezzanine floors, the ground floor is serviced by dumb waiters. The pub is decorated in a bright modern style and to an excellent standard. The fixtures and fittings are also of an excellent quality.

This outlet has very recently undergone a huge refurbishment. It is currently the go-to venue for sports fans offering live sports on more than 20 TVs, including a huge 18ft x 10ft HD screen, an excellent range of drinks and a delicious value for money American grill style menu. As well as sports enthusiasts Brooklyn’s caters for all passing trade including; families, shoppers and late night drinkers. Due to it’s town centre location there is potential to change the style of operation. The ingoing licensee may wish to maximise trade by targeting a different segment of the demographic, for example by developing an offer that will appeal to daytime visitors as well as targeting late night customers. It may be that you have a totally different vision for this property, we will welcome discussions about any ideas and will work with you to achieve your business aspirations.

Private Accommodation

The private accommodation is large and consists of four bedrooms, bathroom with shower, kitchen and office, all of which are in good condition

Start up rent available

Annual Rent:  £35,000

Security Deposit: £5,000

Working Capital: £10,000

Stock: £5,000

Fixtures and Fittings: TBC

(funding options available for the right licensee)

Tie:        All drinks categories are tied.

For fully funded licensees on long term agreements, we offer free-of-tie options for certain drinks categories in exchange for an annual fee.

The new licensee may wish to reposition the business and come away from the current sports bar feel. The premises would lend itself well as a late night venue or could be developed into a more food focussed business. Given Newcastle’s large student population there is opportunity to develop links with Keele University which will need to be explored and brought to fruition by the ingoing licensee.

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