Northern Ireland’s Charles Hurst Group is this week set to open a new 80-seat café and restaurant at its Boucher Road site in Belfast.
The new ‘Bolt’ eatery comes following a £300,000 investment. The Group has also awarded Hospitality Belfast, a joint venture between Mount Charles and Yellow Door, the contract to run the new facility, which they say will create up to 30 jobs.
Located adjacent to the new £8m Jaguar Land Rover showroom which opened last year, the café will cater for customers and visitors and almost 1,000 Charles Hurst staff on site. Over 40 dedicated parking spaces have been allocated to the site which is easily accessible via the Lisburn and Boucher Roads.
Charles Hurst Group operations director, Colin McNab commented: “The new café-restaurant is part of a long-considered idea to create an outstanding high-quality hospitality experience at our Belfast base. We’re also really delighted to welcome visitors from near and far to visit Bolt at any time of the day to meet, work, relax and enjoy.
“Working with Hospitality Belfast, we’ve created a unique, quality hospitality experience and I’m excited about the positive benefits it will provide to Charles Hurst and the wider area.”