New pub for vaults
A new pub-restaurant will be opened by brewery Bath Ales at the new Vaults development at the SouthGate centre.
The firm which runs the Hop Pole at Upper Bristol Road will open a Graze Bar, Brewery and Chophouse, before Christmas at the development next to Bath Spa railway station.
The unit at Brunel Square, which is the final phase of the £360 million shopping centre, will be the brewery's largest venue, with capacity for 140 diners, and be modelled on existing Graze bars in Bristol and Cirencester.
The firm's retail director Robin Couling said: "This is a really exciting development for us."
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It will have two large al fresco dining areas.
Nando's, Gourmet Burger Kitchen – which will open next month – and Prezzo will also be part of the Vaults scheme.
Elsewhere in the city centre, the former Beau Nash pub at the top of Milsom Street has gone on the market.
The pub, which closed last month, is being marketed through property consultants James A Baker on behalf of owner Bath and North East Somerset Council.
â JJB Sports's store in Bath's High Street store has closed after the firm went into administration this week. It is one of 133 branches to close in a collapse that has cost 2,200 jobs across the country.