Bar and restaurant design and fit out experts, Dawnvale will showcase their stylish hospitality solutions at the Northern Restaurant and Bar Show (NR&B) for the third year running next month. Taking place 20-21 March, the show is held at Manchester Central and is a must-visit for anyone in the hospitality industry.
Dawnvale (Stand C17) is one of the leading names in bar and restaurant design, with several award-winning venues to their credit. Having been in the industry since 1994, they have a wealth of experience in the catering, commercial and hospitality sectors, which translates into beautiful, functional designs and statement interiors.
The NR&B Show will bring the entire Northern hospitality industry together for two days full of innovation, discovery and networking. With live food and drink demonstrations, an awards show, wine, beer and cider tastings along with the Bruntwood NRB Debate, Manchester Central will be transformed into a hub of hospitality knowledge and inspiration.
The NR&B Show is the perfect opportunity for businesses to meet the people behind Dawnvale, see some of their work in the flesh and discuss potential projects.
Neil Guest, Managing Director at Dawnvale, said: “We’re really excited to be back at the NR&B show for the third year running. We relish the opportunity to meet new clients, discuss restaurant and bar design and actually exhibit some of our innovative projects. No matter how big or small your project, we apply the same three core principles: we find out how your company works, what your customers want, and how intelligent design can create a beautifully branded solution to suit your needs, timescale and budget.
“This year we will be featuring our bespoke stainless steel bar system ‘Barmade’, together with the Blackwood BQ Co range of commercial wood burning smokers.”
Visitors to stand C17 will be able to sit down with the Dawnvale team and tap into a wealth of bar and restaurant design experience, as well as learn more about past projects such as the stunning Mackie Mayor transformation at the edge of Manchester’s Northern Quarter.