Could you run the Riverside Sports Bar and Kitchen?
Stonegate Group, owners of the Riverside Sports Bar and Kitchen in Clarence Place near the River Usk, are “actively recruiting” an “experienced publican” to run the venue.
The company says applicants must be passionate about live music and sports and able to come up with a menu of pub fare, with the company hoping to ‘re-open’ [Riverside Sports Bar and Kitchen] as soon as possible.”
Located near downtown Newport and Rodney Parade, the Riverside Sports Bar and Kitchen can accommodate up to 250 people in an open-plan space.
An overview of the place indicates:
“The offer is centered around good quality food and drink – targeting shoppers and office workers during the day, with live sports and live entertainment in the evening.
“The weekend trade benefits hugely from local sporting events with fans coming from all over the country, followed by live bands and tribute acts, making the Riverside Sports Bar and Kitchen the liveliest part of downtown of Newport.”
The open-plan building features a large bar and panoramic windows around the edge of two walls. There are sports memorabilia decorating the property and an outdoor patio.
Other site facilities include:
There are 10 TV screens throughout the pub, ideal for watching pub sports and games including pool.
Live music facilities
Capacity for live music includes elevated seating, with a DJ booth and space to accommodate live bands and entertainment.
A commercial kitchen
Located behind the bar, the commercial kitchen is ideal for prepping and cooking pub fare, including sporting events and Sunday lunches.
A beer garden
Accessible by a side door and covered by a fixed shelter, it can accommodate around twenty people and overlooks the River Usk and Newport Castle.
The building has “large” private accommodations which have been completely renovated. This includes:
- Three private bedrooms;
- A living room;
- A bathroom;
- A kitchen-living room.
In addition, at the rear there is a parking lot with space for four vehicles for the publican’s use.
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