The next phase of a £2 million refurbishment of a Bradford city centre casino and restaurant will be unveiled at a special launch event next month.
Napoleons Casino and Restaurant, Bradford, has undergone a makeover following an investment from the group’s owner, A&S Leisure.
The work began in February this year and has progressed with the assistance of multi-award-winning architects group Chapman Taylor.
Napoleons is looking forward to welcoming back its loyal members and showing off its new look.
Its bar area has already re-opened after a major transformation, while the restaurant will re-launch on Saturday, June 10, with an event featuring a Michael Buble tribute act. It will include a four-course meal and drinks reception, priced at £40 each.
The Napoleons team and Chapman Taylor have collaborated on the casino’s makeover. It includes an Art Deco feel to fit in with the historic building’s arch windows and framework.
Its bar is fully stocked and boasts menus including Napoleons’ signature small plates like crispy duck gyozas, Chinese five spice coated squid and buffalo cauliflower wings, along with other dishes like fish and chips, sirloin steak, and burgers.
The Bolton Road restaurant is now open between 5pm and 1am daily.
The revamp also includes the launch of a new Gaming Floor Menu – available 24/7 – which includes things like pizzas, chicken wings, samosas and toasties.
Barry Bradley, general manager of Napoleons Casino & Restaurant Bradford, said: “We’d like to thank our wonderful customers in advance for their patience during the innovative project and hope they love the new look as much as we do.
“Stay tuned for more updates coming very soon about the restaurant; we’re incredibly excited to relaunch with a bang at the Michael Bublé tribute night with a four-course meal, drinks reception and prize draws – kickstarting our tribute calendar for the remainder of the year.”
You can ring 01274 391 820 for more information on upcoming events, including the Michael Buble tribute night. Go to napoleons-casinos.co.uk for more information.
(Image: Napoleon’s Bradford)