New restaurant opens at Brickhampton Court Golf Complex

With a barbecue-inspired menu, cocktails and a modern, sophisticated look, Brickhampton's new restaurant Nineteen is opening its doors to diners from across Gloucestershire to enjoy glorious golfing views while dining.

A modern and sophisticated look greets diners at new restaurant Nineteen at Brickhampton Court Golf Complex.

Thanks to an extensive refurbishment, golfers and non-golfers alike are now able to enjoy pre- and post-dinner drinks or a post-work relax with a new stylish snug area to unwind in, as well as an expansive outdoor area – perfect for soaking up some weekend sun or a mid-week escape.

Nestled in its new warm and inviting interior, Nineteen is serving up a highly regarded Sunday lunch, alongside a sizzling barbecue-inspired menu with a host of creative cocktails thrown into the mix, too.

Menu highlights include posh breakfast butties, charred pork belly rib, buffalo chicken burgers and pulled pork mac and cheese.

Handcrafted gins and vodka from Gloucester-based Fox Kiln Distillery, multi award-winning Neptune Rum and ales from Prescott Brewery are also stocked, supporting local suppliers and bringing fresh flavours to golfing regulars.

Managing director, Steven Creed, said: ‘We have always had a great reputation for our Sunday lunches and we wanted to expand on that to help make Brickhampton a real destination that could offer it all, all week long. We have created a modern, inviting and welcoming atmosphere that is relaxed yet fun and chatty. It’s great to open our complex to all – no membership or booking is required.’

For more information visit brickhampton.co.uk.

By Emma Luther

In partnership with Brickhampton Court Golf Complex | brickhampton.co.uk

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Monday 09 May 2022

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