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Bell Court


14 June 2017

The latest addition to a strong collection of restaurants at Bell Court has been announced, with ASK Italian revealed to be opening in Stratford-upon-Avon later this year.

Known for its stone baked pizzas and traditional Italian flavours, ASK Italian will occupy one of the most sought-after units at the development; delivering a 120 seat restaurant, with additional outdoor seating, overlooking the main square at Bell Court.

The popular chain will join other favourites at Bell Court, including Nando’s, Byron, Miller and Carter and All Bar One, as well as smaller outlets such as Italian wine café, Veeno and a number of independent retailers including new florist, Bardia’s and The Nail Dressers beauticians.

John Stacey, Asset Management Director at UK & European Investments, said: “I am very pleased to confirm that ASK Italian will be coming to Bell Court to complement the fantastic range of restaurants, bars, retailers and leisure operators that have already signed up to the development.

Having exchanged contracts, we expect to hand over the unit to ASK in July so they can fit out the restaurant and potentially open in September.”

The deal was completed by Time Retail Partners and Nashbond on behalf of UK & European Investments.

This announcement follows the successful launch of Everyman Cinema at Bell Court last week.

Bell Court has undergone an 18 month refurbishment to become a high quality retail and leisure destination within Stratford’s town centre. In addition to new shops, restaurants and leisure facilities, Bell Court has delivered new public realm, including a central square with wooden seating, landscaping and feature lighting, as well as a living wall and new art installations.

Further information about Bell Court can be found on the development’s Facebook (BellCourtStratford), Twitter (BellCourtLife) and Instagram (BellCourtStratford) pages.

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