Glossop’s newest all-day café/bar, Pico Lounge has thrown open its doors with the help of some very special guests.
A group of children from North View Day Nursery joined Loungers’ Executive Chef Theo Guy in a cookie decorating competition to mark the opening of Pico Lounge, emphasising its family friendly credentials. Glossop’s Mayor, Councillor Tony Kemp was also in attendance to judge the most beautifully decorated cookie.
The new venue, located at Howard Town Mill, was opened by south west based group Loungers. Antony Doyle, operations manager of Loungers, said: “We’ve had great fun with the children this morning. Glossop is the perfect area for our Lounge concept. There’s already a thriving and vibrant community and we’re really looking forward to playing our part.”
Loungers has invested £450k in transforming the Howard Town Mill unit into a cosy, retro home-from-home, in the eclectic style much loved by Lounge aficionados. Glossop was chosen as a key location due to its diverse demographic and 25 jobs have been created for local people.
The menu features everything from authentic tapas, spicy peri-peri chicken breast burger to wild boar and apple sausage and mash…and there’s an ever changing specials board. Children are well catered for with their very own kids’ menu.