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New York-style restaurant signs up for Time Square

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PARLOUR – a New York-style restaurant and bar – has become the first operator of the year to sign up to take space in Warrington’s Time Square.
The company will bring what it claims will be a unique experience to the town centre, serving food made from locally-sourced produce and commissioning young, local artists to provide one-off pieces for the venue.
Cllr Tom Jennings, the brough council’s cabinet member for economic development and innovation, Cllr Tom Jennings, said: “I’m delighted we’ve got 2022 off to such a great start by completing this deal with Parlour. It’s yet another fantastic addition to the diverse Time Square offer, which continues to evolve and grow.
“It’s very encouraging to see new businesses continuing to come on board at Time Square. It demonstrates the confidence businesses have in our vision to drive forward the renaissance of our town centre and build a bright economic future.”
Parlour director James Wrigley said: “We’re thrilled to be opening the doors to our Parlour in Warrington. We’re going to bring a warm, welcoming, independent new venue to Time Square.
“Our concept is centred around a quality food and drink offering brought to the table with care and attention. We’re creating a place for the community – from weekend get-togethers with friends, to working lunches and family celebrations. At Parlour we’ll create an all-day community hub in the heart of this exciting new destination.”
The £142m mixed-use Time Square development is meeting the area’s high demand for a fresh retail, leisure and entertainment destination. Alongside the new Warrington Market, Cineworld cinema, Gravity, bars and restaurants, Time Square is home to a new Warrington Borough Council office and a 1,160-space carpark.
Leon Guyett, development director at Muse Developments, added: “Bringing a new concept such as Parlour to Time Square, as the first occupier unveiled in 2022, despite the challenging circumstances we’re in, is a proud achievement for all involved and is a great way to start the year.
“We’re seeing that the retail and leisure sector continues to be dynamic and evolving, with independent and regional operators coming forward to expand in new regeneration schemes that blend high-quality, innovative buildings, with both the area’s heritage and aspirations for the future.
“Working with our partners at Warrington Borough Council, we’ve delivered a truly special scheme that’s a shining example of successful town centre repurposing that drives the local economy, local opportunities and prosperity for all.”


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