The Patrick Kavanagh pub in Moseley will re-open in June after its £372,000 refurbishment by Punch.
The national pub operator is making dramatic improvements to the Patrick Kavanagh pub.
The venue will have new furniture, fixtures, and fittings that enhance its interior.
However, it will still have its characteristic stained glass windows, exposed brick walls, fireplaces and decorative ceiling dome.
Aimee Moss, openings manager for Punch, has said that they've 'taken great care to ensure that the refurbishment is sympathetic to the history and style of the building'.
She is sure that both new and existing customers will love the changes, with 'hospitable service and quality drinks, served in warm, welcoming surroundings'.
On the outside, the pub will have fancy black and gold paintwork, new signage and a better beer garden with its own bottle bar.
Tara Sparkes, who has been in charge of the Patrick Kavanagh for two years, is looking forward to the re-opening.
She describes Moseley as a 'vibrant, cosmopolitan area which really comes into its own at night', a perfect location for the pub.
They have an 'eclectic mix of customers', and can cater for everyone that comes in through the day and night.
Patrick Kavanagh will be offering a range of premium drinks, cask ales, and gin, as well a variety of entertainment through the week.
They host bingo and ‘smart phone’ pub quiz nights as well as live sports entertainment.
Wednesdays are for comedians, with Fat Penguin Improv comedy nights every second Wednesday and a comedy club on the last Wednesday of each month.
There is also live music on Thursdays, DJs every Friday, poker nights on Sundays and regular open mic events.
The refurbished venue will open on the 2nd of June at midday.
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