Gino D'Acampo is opening a restaurant and prosecco bar at Next in Kingswood

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 6 Jul 2017

A celebrity chef will be opening a new prosecco bar in Hull’s newest Next store.

It has been announced today Gino D’Acampo will be opening the bar and restaurant inside the Kingswood Next store in November.

The restaurant will feature an open kitchen, deli bar, a book and grocery store and a Prosecco bar. The store in Hull plans to include a large al fresco dining space and will seat 210 guests.

Gino D'Acampo was spotted in Next Kingswood in January.

A Gino spokeswoman said: “Gino D’Acampo not only serves great Italian food, his price points are accessible to all, which is a great fit for Next.”

The celebrity chef, who is best known for cooking live on This Morning, was spotted in the new Next store in January this year.

He was seen by shoppers in the store, which opened last year, having a coffee at the current Costa coffee inside the 70,000sq ft superstore.

Current restaurants owned by Gino in Manchester include a menu of over 40 different types of proseccos and sparkling wines, as well as a range of classic Italian cocktails, beers and coffee.

The bar will also serve aperitivos, which are smaller dishes to complement the drinks on offer, and include paninis, olives, bruschetta and much more.

The exciting partnership between Gino and Next will be aided by Steven Walker, founder of Individual Restaurants, who will provide the services to ensure delivery is of the highest standard.

The Hull opening will be followed by Manchester Arndale, Next’s largest store, which is currently undergoing a major refurbishment.

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