Nottingham leisure and restaurant business, Fletcher Gate Industries, has secured its seventh Nottingham venue in the former Jamie’s Italian at 24-26 Low Pavement.
Magic Garden is opening in the Grade II Listed Georgian building with south facing terrace and rear garden.
Magic Garden has been developed by the minds behind Hockley Arts Club, Penny Lane and Das Kino.
Alan Pearson of FHP said: “Fletcher Gate Industries are an established bar and restaurant operator in Nottingham with a track record of success and this made it an easy decision for my client to proceed with them in what was a seamless transaction over the period of 3 weeks, enabling them to open as the country came out of lockdown.”
Adam Pereira of Fletcher Gate Industries said: “We are delighted to have opened our 7th venue in the city, we were drawn to the property due to its idyllic garden and truly beautiful Grade II Listed building to create a venue for the post Covid world.”