South London independent pub group Livelyhood will open a new pub this August in Bromley, with another opening planned for the Autumn.
Operating in the space which was once a famous wine merchants owned by George Pamphilon in the mid-18th century, The Artful Duke will open as a classic neighbourhood pub in the heart of vibrant Bromley.
The pub will also showcase exciting new local suppliers and produce, supporting local businesses to grow as it does. This will be reflected in the menus and drinks lists, made up of fun and seasonal cocktails, locally-brewed beers and a delicious all-day menu.
Creating approximately 30 new jobs for the hospitality industry, the venue will allow further opportunity for the company to grow their charity partnerships with The Big Kid Foundation and One Pavement Away.
The new opening will bring Livelyhood’s portfolio to seven, which currently includes The Clapham North, The Regent in Balham, The Perky Nel in Clapham, The Faber Fox in Crystal Palace, The Mere Scribbler in Streatham and The Old Frizzle in Wimbledon. An eighth opening is planned for Autumn 2021.
Livelyhood owner Sarah Wall comments: “After such a time, we are more excited than usual to be able to share such brilliant news. As we take the next, hugely positive steps in our growth plan, we are absolutely delighted to announce the opening of a new Livelyhood neighbourhood pub. Not only creating opportunities to grow our team, but also working in partnership with our outstanding suppliers and local businesses to create a warm and inviting pub in the heart of this perfect Livelyhood location. We cannot wait to get cracking and get open for business.”