Livingbridge-backed French restaurant group Bistrot Pierre is set to open its newest bistrot in Middlesbrough next month.
The eagerly-awaited French restaurant will open its doors on 22nd September creating 50 new jobs in the town.
Situated in Albert Road, Bistrot Pierre is investing around £1 million into the new restaurant which will have capacity to seat more than 200 diners in the restaurant and traditionally Parisian styled outdoor terrace seating.
The independently-owned restaurant group offers great value French bistrot food such as their bestselling Boeuf bourguignon maison, Côte de porc and, of course, steak-frites.
Rob Beacham, co-owner of Bistrot Pierre, said:
“Middlesbrough is an ideal location for us to open a new bistrot; we’re really excited about bringing our great value French cooking to the town as it will be the first restaurant we have opened in the North East.
“We’ll be investing around £1 million into the town-centre premises which will be transformed into a beautifully-styled French bistrot and we can’t wait to open our doors in September.
“I’m confident we’ll grow a loyal customer base in the area thanks to our popular seasonal menus which use the freshest ingredients and are carefully-prepared by our talented chefs daily.”