A BRAND new independent pizzeria and burger restaurant will open its doors in Bromsgrove next Friday, July 9.
MELT – the latest dining experience to come to the High Street – has been created by the owners of The Old Crown, Kanteen and Rico Libre with more than 15 years hospitality experience.
Head chef Andy has created a mouth-watering menu billed as being ‘filled-to-the-brim with sourdough pizzas, banging burgers and house-made stuffed doughnuts’.
The neighbourhood restauranteurs have also vowed to embrace and engage with the surrounding community, using locally sourced ingredients and drinks from local breweries and creating some tasty collaborations with other independent brands.
Diners will be able to order and pay at the table with an interactive digital menu.
The restaurant also boasts an energetic team and array of dynamic dining areas, with plenty of ‘’Instagrammable’ opportunities at every turn – even in the restrooms.
In addition, guests can sit at the bar or grab a slice-to-go from an external hatch.
The team will also be offering educational outreach projects, where they will venture into schools and colleges to deliver interactive workshops and host question and answer sessions on career pathways.
Marketing manager Thomas Moran said, “We’re excited to bring a slice of cool to suburbia with the grand opening of MELT.
“Carrying a neighbourhood vibe, our digital and community-led experience will allow you to focus on what matters – hanging out, catching up and digging in.”
Director Kieran McInerney added: “We are really looking forward to opening up our doors in Bromsgrove and can’t wait to welcome everyone.
“As we all know, the pandemic has been a difficult period of time for all of us in the hospitality sector and so we really value all the support we’ve been getting with the opening of MELT.’’
For more, and to get on the mailing list, visit melt-bromsgrove.co.uk