The Fox & Ferret

It opened with a bang in time for Guy Fawkes Night and already The Fox & Ferret has quickly established itself as a hit in Hamilton.

Located at 9 Townhead Street, on the site of the former Amigo’s Bar and Restaurant, the reasons for the popularity of the new venture is not too difficult to determine – The Urban Pub Company has transformed the unit into a relaxing place for daytime trade with food served from 12 noon till 9pm with daily specials and two meals for £9 during the week.

There is also live entertainment from Thursday night through to Sunday afternoon with a range of live bands and DJ’s to suit all.

A spokesman for Glasgow-based The Urban Pub Company, owner of The Fox & Ferret, said: “We’re delighted with the response we’ve had from locals to the opening of the first ever Fox & Ferret in Hamilton, which aims to bring a refreshing new quality hospitality offering to the town in its serving of quality food and drink at reasonable prices.

“The Fox & Ferret has already proven its appeal amongst young couples, affording them a degree of privacy, as well as to a bunch of guys out for a few beers, girls out to enjoy a glass of fizz and larger parties of friends out to celebrate a special occasion over a meal and a refreshment.

“Hamilton has recently suffered from neglect by major licensed operators, and we are delighted that The Fox & Ferret is showing that it’s able to give locals the quality of licensed offering the town has so desperately needed.”

The opening of The Fox & Ferret marked the first stage of an expansion strategy recently announced by The Urban Pub Company aimed at opening up a string of new outlets all based on the concept of serving a quality food and drink offering at reasonable prices in locations neglected by major licensed operators.

This week the pubco launched its first Rat & Parrot outlet in Bishopbriggs, which will be followed closely by The Dog & Duck in Cambuslang.

The Urban Pub Company operates a number of licensed premises throughout the Central Belt, including: The Lincoln Inn, on Glasgow’s Great Western Road; 1901 on Pollokshaws Road; The Wise Monkey, Great Western Road and The Scotch and Rye in Summerston. It also manages a number of outlets on behalf of various pubcos and independent operators. This management side of the business has flourished in the last six months, adding six outlets to a burgeoning portfolio.

ENDS

For further information please contact Susan Christie on tel 0141 561 4018

Issued on behalf of The Urban Pub Company by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018 www.liquorice-media.com

Date 18th November 2011

 

Contact: Susan Christie
Phone: 0141 561 4018
Email: susan@liquorice-media.com
Website: http://www.liquorice-media.com