Lux Group's. Italian restaurant chain, Caffe Concerto is to open on Long Acre, at the entrance to London's Covent Garden and restaurant destination, The Yards.
Spanning three floors, and catering to 180 covers, Caffe Concerto has selected the 4,000 sq ft flagship unit for its latest London eatery, joining the brand’s extensive portfolio across London, Birmingham and the Middle East.
This location marks the gateway to discover the dining and retail line-up within Covent Garden, and Caffe Concerto joins the recent brands to have selected The Yards including Italian pasta brand, miscusi, for their first restaurant outside of Italy.
Burmese restaurant, Lahpet, is also set to open their second London restaurant there later this year. Both concepts join The Yards’ authentic offering of cuisines following the recently extended and relaunched Dishoom, located in St Martin’s Courtyard on Upper St Martin’s Lane.
Designed by an in-house team, Caffe Concerto will bring together creative elements of the brand’s existing stores to create an opulent interior and will house the brand’s integral components, a feature bar, chandeliers, velvet upholstery and brass detailing.
Known for its dedication to fine food, excellence in service and a love of the art of patisserie, the restaurant will feature a bespoke menu including Afternoon Tea, Grilled Seabass, Rigatoni Concerto with truffled oil, and wide range of luxury patisserie, created by the restaurant’s Head Chefs to entice its newest customer base alongside live music on the first floor in the evenings.
Stephano Borjak, Director at Caffe Concerto, said, “As a spacious and prominent space with visibility from three facades, 143 Long Acre is an ideal location to launch our next Caffe` Concerto, and a brilliant opportunity for our brand to further flourish in the capital.
'Our sites appeal exceptionally well to our core visitors including shoppers, city workers and tourists and Covent Garden’s location is the perfect location.”
Longmartin Properties Ltd, a joint venture between Shaftesbury and the Mercers’ Company. Commenting on behalf of Longmartin Properties Ltd, Charles Owen, Property Director at Shaftesbury, added, “Due to the ambitious investment by Longmartin Properties, The Yards is now a revitalised London landmark with an exceptional all-round offering.
'Caffe Concerto’s new flagship cafe´ restaurant bolsters the destinations exciting day-to-night dining - and there is no doubt that it will be widely popular amongst Covent Garden’s visitors.”