THERE are exciting changes afoot at The Hatton Arms in Warwick, which is set to re-open its doors following a refurbishment this month.
With sweeping views of the idyllic Hatton Locks, the country pub has established a reputation among locals for authentic dining and classic British cuisine made with the finest ingredients, often sourced direct from the Hatton Estate.
Reopening on February 24th the exterior of the pub will adopt a fresh modern look inside and out, including a new porch to enhance the entrance area and create an even more welcoming feel as well as new rear bi-fold doors to open up the terrace area during the summer months.
A new lighter and brighter and contemporary interior also will greet visitors while still staying true to the traditional pub vibe the locals have come to love.
The Hatton Arm’s new lunch and dinner menu will also reflect the pub’s provenance with an emphasis on locally sourced fresh seasonal ingredients. Plus a daily Specials menu and new bar snacks menu are being introduced.
It’s all prepared under the expert eye of head chef Jakub Fijak, who returns to the Hatton Arms after five years.
Jakub, from Poland, said: “This is classic British cuisine with a little bit of a modern twist, cooked with fresh seasonal ingredients to order. No nonsense, just great food.”
The Hatton Arms on Birmingham Road is celebrating its re-opening at an exclusive Launch Night party on February 29th, including a selection of food and drinks from the new spring menu. BBC CWR presenter Kirsty Leahy will be laying on the evening’s tunes with her DJ set of funk, soul, disco, house classics and party music.
Look out for your chance to win tickets for the launch Night Party in next week’s Warwick Observer.