Friday 29 May 2020

Steak restaurant to replace Cheltenham's Harvester reveals open date

Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter will have a new restaurant when Son of Steak replaces Harvester

Harvester in Cheltenham’s Brewery Quarter will be replaced with a steak and grill restaurant, Son of Steak which will open in autumn 2019.

With one restaurant in Nottingham, Son of Steak’s Cheltenham eatery will be the second of its kind to open in the UK.

Serving everything from chicken wings to flat iron steaks and burgers, Son of Steak is operated by the same company that owns Harvester, Toby Carvery and Miller & Carter.

Speaking about the new restaurant, Son of Steak said: ‘We’re very excited to be bringing something new to Cheltenham’s dining out scene.

‘By focussing on expertly cooked fast-casual steak dishes, along with juicy burgers, delicious chicken, vegan and vegetarian options, Son of Steak is going to be a great place for people to treat themselves.’

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Monday 10 June 2019

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