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New steak joint to open in Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter

A new steak restaurant is heading to Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter.

Mitchell and Butlers, who currently operate unit four of the Brewery complex under their Harvester brand have put plans in to install new signage.

Those plans lodged with Cheltenham Borough Council are for the unit to be turned into a Son of Steak outlet - which will be only the second in the country.

The proposed frontage of the Son of Steak outlet in the Brewery Quarter

Son of Steak currently operate in Nottingham where they serve "great steak without the fuss"

In the promotional material on their website they say "we don't want food to be fussy, we just want food to be good. Like really good.


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"So there's no need to dress up, no need for a special occasion to treat yourself at Son of Steak. Just come with a smile and we'll provide the rest."

The Son of Steak will be in a prime position in the Brewery Quarter, opposite the soon-to-expand Cineworld complex and within a stone's throw of other bars and restaurants.

The signage application is for a 'halo illuminated cow and lettering' of the company's brand on both the outlet fascia and projecting sign.

It also includes 2mm aluminium panels to be used as barriers for their outside tables.

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