Wednesday, May 18th, 2022
EYG Commercial has installed stunning new windows to a former tourist information centre which has been transformed into a new bar.
The business partners behind the transformation are Henry Brown and Louie Corrigan, of H&L Group, who purchased the rundown seafront shop in December last year.
They spent three months renovating the building inside and out, and opened The Garden over the Easter weekend.
The new bar has sleek marble-effect floor, geometric wall coverings, and hanging floral ceiling arrangements.
The inside design is complemented by the slate grey UPVC ribbon windows that EYG Commercial manufactured and installed, along with an aluminium AluK GT55 door and side screen.
EYG’s Commercial’s Project Manager Rich McNeil said: “This was a great project to work on in a great location in the heart of Bridlington, having had a few beers in there myself recently I can say that the end product really complements the popular bar well.”
Joint business owner Henry said: “We took on quite an old building which was the old tourist information centre, and turned it into a prominent bar in the town.
“We are both from Bridlington and it is our first business in this industry. We are really enjoying it and it’s good to be able to bring a new offer to the town.
“The new windows look so much better than what was previously there, and our experience working with EYG was really good.
“The work was carried out very quickly and cleanly, and we were really happy with the whole process.”