Geronimo Inns to launch new pubs and unveil take-away concept

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Geronimo Inns is set to launch new pubs around London and unveil a new take-away concept over the coming months after investing in refurbishments.

It is set to relaunch The Fellow in King’s Cross and The Owl and Pussycat in Shoreditch in March after renovations of the sites acquired last year from 580 Ltd.

The company, part of pub group Young’s, is also set to unveil a new take-away concept, The Curious Pig, in an extension to its established pub The Betjeman Arms (pictured) at St Pancras International station.

It will allow customers – particularly commuters and Eurostar travellers – to take away a range of cask ales and other beers, fine wines and champagnes and a selection of food typical to Geronimo Inns, including scotch eggs, sausage rolls and a variety of pie and mash.

It is also set to re-open The Bull – the only pub in Westfield retail and leisure complex in west London – this month after a major refurbishment.

It will feature an increased dining capacity downstairs and a new food and drinks menu, including an all-new cocktail list and an extensive selection of craft beers and bourbons.

Drawing its style from “a townhouse chic with a twist of The Hamptons”, The Bull will be catering for the shoppers of Westfield as well as regulars and local residents.

Geronimo Inns is also launching a rugby-themed promotion across its estate of over 30 pubs in time for the Six Nations tournament this month via social media site Instagram.

People are invited to upload photos of themselves enjoying a Six Nations game at one of the pubs for a chance to win tickets to the Rugby World Cup final and other prizes. Details at

Geronimo Inns managing director Ed Turner said: “I am delighted to announce all of the Geronimo launches where customers will be able to enjoy fine food, great ales and pub banter.

“The Curious Pig is a new venture for us and one that I am sure will delight the commuters of St Pancras station.”

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