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experience. Now there’s no reason why they have to do that.”
Work went on throughout this year converting the two existing units on Cross Church Street to create a double-fronted bar-restaurant providing over 6,000 sq ft of space, making it one of the biggest bars in the town centre.
When Herbert’s Bar closed in January 2017 it was to make way for a new multi-million pound extension to the Kingsgate centre to include bars, restaurants and leisure attractions.
Last October, the Examiner reported that work on the Kingsgate Leisure scheme, said to include an eight-screen cinema, was due to start in 2018 with a target opening date of Christmas 2019.
However, Kingsgate has now revealed plans to downsize the three-storey House of Fraser store and create a cinema on the top floor and restaurants and food outlets on the ground floor.
RDC is one of Revolution Bars Group’s two distinct brands which also includes Revolution sited next door to the new Cuban bar.
It promises an “authentic experience on your doorstep. Latininspired food, cocktails and Cubanthemed parties. The fiesta starts here!”