A BAR has reopened with a brand new look after being destroyed by fire two years ago.
All Bar One in Brighton opened its doors to customers yesterday after a “major” four week refurbishment.
In November 2020, the busy Pavilion Buildings facility was significantly damaged by a North Street fire that closed the entire street for nine and a half hours while firefighters struggled to control the blaze.
Luckily there were no staff on site as the pub was closed.
However, due to fire damage, the venue did not reopen when the lockdown ended, preventing several employees from returning to work.
A spokesman for All Bar One said six core employees will return to work at the newly renovated site.
As well as the general repairs needed to bring the location back to life, the bar has had a complete makeover including new upholstery and an al fresco dining area.
All Bar One assistant manager Aidan Forster said he was “delighted” to unveil the bar’s new look.
“Me and the team are absolutely delighted with the renovation, the designers have done an excellent job in updating the interiors better than I could have imagined,” he said.
“We are so happy to finally be back after such a long break following lockdown and the fire and we feel the people of Brighton will welcome us back with open arms. Personally, I am very happy to welcome old and new guests again!
“The team can’t wait to serve some of our delicious food and drinks in a beautiful new setting.”
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