New World Trading Company to open ninth Botanist site

30 March 2016 by
New World Trading Company to open ninth Botanist site

The New World Trading Company is set to open a Botanist restaurant in Sheffield's Leopold Square.

The new 9,500sq ft, 170-cover venue will sit on the ground, first and second floor of a Grade II-listed building. It will also have an outdoor seating area.

The new Sheffield venue is the ninth Botanist alongside its existing sites in Manchester, Chester, Alderley Edge, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Marlow, Farnham and most recently Knutsford.

The New World Trading company has further sites under different brands, including the Club House in Liverpool One, the Trading House in London and Glasgow, the Oast House in Manchester's Spinningfields, and Smugglers Cove in Liverpool's Albert Dock.

The Botanist in Sheffield will serve "botanical" cocktails and a large selection of local and international beers, as well as a menu of rotisserie-inspired food.

The New World Trading Company is part of Tim Bacon and Jeremy Roberts' Living Ventures group.

The New World Trading Company managing director, Chris Hill said: "We are incredibly excited to bring The Botanist concept to Sheffield. The character and atmosphere of Leopold Square is the perfect location for our brand and we look forward to making Sheffield our next home."

The Botanist will also host live music with daily evening gigs and Sunday afternoon sessions.

New World Trading Company to open the Club House in Liverpool >>

New World Trading Company's London site set for June launch >>

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