Pasture Restaurants, which specialises in serving steaks, is reportedly planning to expand its network by opening a new location at Fifteen Colmore Row, Birmingham.
Birmingham Live reported that the new location, which will be named Pasture Birmingham, is scheduled to open in early spring 2024 and is expected to create approximately 100 jobs.
Covering an area of 6,500ft², the restaurant has an in-house butcher and will be located at the former Barclays Bank building in Colmore Row, close to Cathedral Square.
Property company Hortons’ Estate leased refurbished offices at Fifteen Colmore Row,
TheBusinessDesk quoted Property company Hortons’ Estate official Nina Meeks as saying: “Fifteen Colmore Row is based just minutes from Birmingham’s main railway stations and will no doubt tap into Pasture’s ability to appeal to visiting tourists and locals alike.”
Owned by chef-owner Sam Elliott, Pasture Restaurants announced plans to open Prime by Pasture – a butchery, deli, cookery school and burger restaurant in Bristol in late 2024.
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Elliott currently operates two restaurants in Bristol – Pasture and Radius- and two restaurants in Cardiff.
Sam said: “Just as we operate in Bristol and Cardiff, we will be engaging with local suppliers and producers to influence everything from the menus to the interiors.
“What’s really exciting is the new restaurant will open up brand new supply chains for us – because just like our other restaurants, we want to make sure that Pasture Birmingham has a real sense of place, is part of the Birmingham characteristic and completes our Pasture triangle.”