Georgian Quarter Pub The Rose & Crown Set To Re-Open

Georgian Quarter Pub The Rose & Crown Set To Re-Open
Georgian Quarter Pub Set To Re-Open

The Rose & Crown in is set to reopen this Friday after Brantingham Inns Ltd acquired the license for one of Beverley’s most iconic pubs.

The management team hope that their experience and plans to great food, range of craft beers and roaring open fires will entice people back to Georgian Quarter pub.

Sam Carroll, Owner of Brantingham Inns Ltd and Landlord, said;

“We are going to supply quality homemade food and a move back to being a proper pub with an emphasis on a wide selection of local ales and craft beers.”
“The business has come a long way since 2013, we saw the opportunity in Brantingham to bring back a traditional style pub for the community and we see the same potential for the Rose & Crown, our aim is to see it reaching the same award-winning standards set by the Triton.”

“For us the most important thing is to continue creating locations that we would love to eat and drink in with our own friends and family.”

Michael Ashton, Sam’s business partner added;

“When we were approached to take it on we could immediately see huge potential to create a vibrant market town pub and jumped at the chance.”

“We are looking forward to lifting the curtain on our second venture and anyone who has visited us at The Triton will know we are passionate about quality food and hope to bring this to the Rose.”

General Manager, Tom Willson-Brown hopes that the loyal support seen at The Triton is replicated in Beverley.

“In running the Triton we’ve been overwhelmed by the support we’ve received from the local communities around Brantingham. People now come here from far and wide and we’ve built a reputation we hope will transfer across the business.”

The team will bring their successful business plan and brand to the landmark Grade II listed building in the market town.

Along with a new menu based on British classics with a twist, the team will aim to bring back the traditional pub atmosphere, with roaring log fires, a wide selection of cask and craft beers, and dog walkers welcome.

The Rose & Crown re-opens on Friday 2 December for more information, festive menus or to make a reservation call 01482 871033.



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  1. Let’s hope they can get this pub making money again. Customers have left it for many reasons. I for one will not pay for over priced beer especially real ale. Max price £3:50. Not a penny above. The food needs to be a decent amount on the plate not a Picasso picture on a plate job. No more than £10:95 average price. Nor should it be a Ding menu ( Reheat)
    The trouble is with a lot of pubs under Entetprise Inns and Punch Taverns they charge ridiculous rents. With all the other overheads it’s always going to be a struggle.
    With Beverley having a massive food & drink offering there is a lot of competition. Best of luck they are going to need it even with their own experience & expertise.

  2. popped in on Sunday – they place was fantastic, friends had a meal said the food was amazing – I think the people who have it at the moment will make a real go of it and judging by the people in their word seems to have spread pretty quickly

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