New York-style restaurant and bar set to open in Time Square


THE latest restaurant and bar in Warrington’s multimillion-pound Time Square Development, Newtons Restaurant & Bar, is set to open this Friday, October 29.

Owned by Gravity Active Entertainment, Newtons Restaurant & Bar will open alongside its multi-discipline site Gravity Warrington.

The new interactive and social venue is located a stone’s throw from Warrington Bank Quay station and based in Time Square between Gravity trampoline centre and the Botanist.
Newtons Restaurant & Bar is a beautifully designed establishment, reminiscent of the New York-style loft bars and serving amazing cocktails. The menu compliments the surrounding design ethos with a New York-themed menu including burgers, hotdogs and chicken wings.
Guests with a competitive edge can opt to take on the Digital darts zone with augmented displays guiding them through the game. For the more relaxed customers, Newtons is also the perfect place kick back and enjoy the extensive cocktail menu, grab and a booth by the windows or cosy up in a private corner and relish the atmosphere.
A sensational place for young adult thrill-seekers to kick back and enjoy or perhaps snap up as an alternative party venue alongside corporate and group bookings.
Children’s parties are also welcome too.
Owner Simon Gibbons said: “As a business, the Gravity brand has grown exponentially across the UK since its inception six years ago and has become the go-to place if you are looking to have a great day out or just looking drinks with friends.”



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