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The Spread Eagle pub in Brentwood has reopened following a mammoth £270k investment by independent pub operators Punch Pubs & Co, with Management Partner Drew Cook taking the helm.

The pub situated on Queens Road, unmissable due to its unique shape, has been exquisitely rejuvenated internally and externally by Punch. With great care being taken to retain but enhance all its natural charms and bohemian ambience. Guests can now expect a luxe bar and dining experience. Complete with an impressive pub garden to maximise all opportunities to relax and enjoy the pub’s new look.

During its eight-week renovation, the Spread Eagle underwent works to maximise the trading potential of the large bar and dining spaces by adding improved seating and secluded snug areas. The interior of this beautiful pub has been styled to create an opulent space to meet for a mid-week pint or gather with friends and family to celebrate any occasion.

The pub’s beer garden has been transformed and extended to create an idyllic, outside area for guests to relax, take in the atmosphere and sample some of the sumptuous new food and drinks offered on the pub’s menu.

Experienced Management Partner Drew is keen to deliver the community and visiting guests a relaxed and welcoming neighbourhood pub perfect for all occasions. Drew said, “This pub is a hidden gem. Following the investment, it now realises all its potential – I cannot wait for the local community to experience it. The new menu is simply stunning, full of delicious new dishes and drinks. It’s everything the community and guests have been waiting for. Aside from the great food and drinks, we’re particularly proud of the works to improve the garden – with the rest of the summer ahead, there is no better time to reopen!”

Punch Senior Operations Manager, Graeme Endacott, says, “We’re so pleased and proud to reopen the new-look Spread Eagle. It’s much-loved within the community, and the investment has really given it a new lease of life. Our Management Partner, Drew’s passion for the pub and the local community, makes him the perfect person to ensure its future success.”

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