Iconic West End pub, The Long Acre, reopened on Saturday 23rd March following a £450,000 transformation.
The striking new interior features a vintage-style bar, exposed brick, wooden floors and darkened corners with leather booths. Quirky mirrors and light fixtures, with artfully placed shelves to show off the various tipples, add to the engaging atmosphere – ideal for meeting, eating and drinking during the day and transitioning into a big party-atmosphere in the evening and onwards until 3am!
The new pub will now also show Sky and BT Sport channels to further enhance our customers’ day time and early evening drinking experience. This will be zoned throughout the site – so if it’s a quiet drink, meal or watching a big game – there is something for everyone here.
The Long Acre will reopen with a brand-new changeable menu that offers variety and champions seasonal dishes and ingredients. Guests can expect high quality pub food with a renewed focus on vegan and vegetarian dishes, such as the Moving Mountains burger and quinoa chilli with rice, tortilla chips and guacamole. A wide range of other tastes are catered for with a menu packed full of favourites – including the antipasti sharer of meats and cheeses and slow cooked belly of pork with mustard mash potatoes, black pudding, seasonal veg and onion gravy. New desserts have also been added, including carrot cake roulade, blueberry and prosecco cake or raspberry and strawberry Eton mess.
A selection of local beers, cocktails and spritzes are also available, as well as an extensive range of wine. Customers can take advantage of Happy Hour from 3pm until 9pm daily.