Award-winning pub concept based around artisan pizzas, warm terracotta pots and local beer Pizza, Pots & Pints is set to open its fourth site in just over two years of business.
The Radcliffe Arms in Hitchin will receive a six-figure investment as it’s converted into the fourth venue in the collection, signalling the commitment by owners Charles Wells to expand the number of Pizza, Pots & Pints pubs across the region.
Director, Craig Mayes,said: “All Pizza, Pots and Pints locations are chosen based on extensive research to identify exactly where they will fit the best. We then know that there’s a market who will enjoy what we do and will love the interesting venue we create on their doorstep filled with delicious pizza, pots and pints!”
While the company has just announced the Radcliffe Arms as the fourth location, Charles Wells looking for more locations.
“While we’re out and about seeking new venues ourselves, we’re also keen to speak with current pub owners about opportunities for leasing their sites, or even purchasing their property. If they think their location could be a good fit for Pizza, Pots and Pints, all they need to do is give me a call to get the conversation started.”
Pizza, Pots & Pints currently run the , which was voted Cambridge’s Best Pub, and the Old White Horse, Baldock. The team are also busy gearing up for their third venue opening in Peterborough in August, with Hitchin’s Radcliffe Arms due to open in October.