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TURTLE BAY COVENTRY CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL FIRST FORT-NIGHT

The team at Coventry’s most eagerly anticipated venue launch, Turtle Bay, are celebrating after a hugely successful first fortnight. The stunning new bar and restaurant has seen hundreds of customers step through the doors since its official opening on Friday 27th August.


The 5,140 sq. ft bar and restaurant is situated across an expansive ground floor space, featuring an outdoor terrace, the bar, raised gazebo and open kitchen – there’s also an impressive mezzanine level. The décor is on-point throughout, transporting guests to the Caribbean as soon as they step through the doors – from twinkly fairy lights and neon signs, to colourful artwork, leafy green plants and stylish furniture – every detail has been well thought out and executed to ensure the best possible experience for customers.


Guy Clark, General Manager at Turtle Bay Coventry, said: “It has been fantastic to see so many people in the bar and restaurant – we’ve been consistently busy throughout the first two weeks of opening and have had some fantastic feedback from customers. The team have been working incredibly hard and we’re all looking forward to seeing what the next few weeks bring, and to welcoming more people through the doors to experience the Caribbean good times Turtle Bay is known for!”


Creating over 60 new jobs in its recruitment drive, this is the first site in Coventry for Turtle Bay – known for its social, warm atmosphere and vibrant design, serving delicious Caribbean inspired dishes and signature cocktails throughout the day and into the evening. From jerk chicken to fiery goat curry, vegan dishes packed with punchy Caribbean flavour, delicious desserts – and one of the best bottomless brunch offers out there – you’ll find something for everyone at Turtle Bay.



TURTLE BAY COVENTRY IS SITUATED AT UNIT 9, CATHEDRAL LANES, COVENTRY CV1.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO BOOK A TABLE, PLEASE VISIT: HTTPS://WWW.TURTLEBAY.CO.UK/RESTAURANTS/COVENTRY

*Image Credit: Edwin Ladd
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