New jobs for Rugby as Bacco Lounge opens its doors

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Bacco Lounge in Regent Street, Rugby, opens tomorrow (Thursday) - bringing 25 jobs to the town.

Loungers has invested £450K at the site on Regent Street transforming the venue into a two storey retro home from home, where dramatic art work sits next to oversized vintage sofas and statement light fittings, in the eclectic style much loved by Lounge aficionados.

Children from the Regent Nursery School will join Loungers’ Executive Chef Theo Guy for a cookie decorating session at 2.30pm on Thursday 22nd May.

Rugby Borough Councillor Peter Butlin will be in attendance to judge their efforts.

Alex Marsh, operations manager, Loungers, said: “Rugby is the perfect site for our Lounge concept. There’s already a thriving and vibrant community and we’re really looking forward to playing our part in the foodie scene here.

“Rugby residents will be served by the very best - our new team is passionate about hospitality. Our excellent pre-opening and ‘on the job’ training programme ensures our staff will be at the top of their game. Training includes expert guidance from one of Europe’s most acclaimed baristas.”

Bacco Lounge will cater for all tastes throughout the day. Whether you’re looking for the best coffee in town, a business lunch with colleagues or a lazy all-day brunch, Bacco Lounge is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

The menu features everything from their famous authentic tapas and Smokehouse pulled pork burgers to frittata and the best fish and chips you’ve ever tasted… or there’s the ever changing specials board. Little people are well catered for with their very own kids’ menu.