See inside the new-look Warren Lodge in Scunthorpe after six-figure refurbishment
Staff at the Warren Lodge, which has reopened following a refurbishment
By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 14 Jun 2018
A Scunthorpe pub has reopened following a six-figure refurbishment which has led to 15 new jobs being created.
The Warren Lodge, on Luneburg Way, closed for the refit last week, with bosses promising improved sports viewing facilities.
It reopened yesterday, in time for today's big World Cup kick-off.
To see inside the new-look venue, click on the video slideshow above.
Stefan Hobman, general manager at the pub, said: "Warren Lodge has always been popular with Scunthorpe locals, so we are really excited to be able to provide an even better place for guests to enjoy great food and drink, as well as watching all of the best sporting events.
"We are all set to give our guests the best experience for the upcoming summer of football.
"The opening was a real success with everyone commenting on the fantastic revamped interior and improved drinks range.
"We look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months."
The pub has undergone a complete design overhaul as part of the project, with significant interior changes including a new scheme of natural wood with bursts of colour and textures to create a modern finish.
Stefan Hobman, general manager at the pub
High-quality sound systems from multiple screens throughout the pub will also ensure guests can enjoy major sports events, while the beer garden will also be improved with additional seating.
The pub will continue to offer its Flaming Grill menu to new and returning customers, while the new look venue will also offer an extended drinks range with additional craft beers and back bar with a wide range of spirits available.
The bar has been completely refurbished with the addition of a new back bar and separate areas have been created for dining and watching the latest sporting fixtures. New booth seating and bar furniture has also been added.
The popular venue also has an extended drinks range, with additional craft beers and spirits available.
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