THE second of a raft of six Harvester restaurants for clients Mitchells & Butlers has been handed over to the client this week.
All the eateries are undergoing substantial makeovers that give them a fresh, light and welcoming appearance and atmosphere to delight their guests.
The Magic Lantern in North Shields was the first to be completed and has been warmly received by clients Mitchells & Butlers.
The second – the Harvester Hillington, on the outskirts of Glasgow – was equally well received by M&B on Sunday (March 15, 2015).
A spokesman for Harvester said: “All our new Harvesters have been designed to be fresh, light and welcoming to all our guests.”
There are more than 200 Harvester restaurants nationwide and the number is set to grow.
As well as Harvester, the firm’s portfolio includes brands such as Toby Carvery, All Bar One, Miller & Carter, Crown Carveries, Sizzling Pubs, O’Neill’s and Ember Inns.
The other Harvester restaurants on Pacific Building’s books are at Halbeath in Fife, The Ghillies Lair in Bridge of Dee, Aberdeenshire, Sunderland and East Kilbride.
The completion of the North Shields restaurant followed the handover of the Harvester in Livingston, West Lothian, which was a one-off project and which underwent a six-week refit running to about £300,000.
In 2013, Pacific completed the all-new Harvester at Glasgow Fort for client company Mitchells & Butlers.