The Aberdeen Boozy Cow Netherkirkgate is relocating to the former Amicus Apple venue, catering for three times more diners, over 100 covers, in the larger premises.
The new Boozy Cow, at 67 Langstane Place, Aberdeen, AB11 6EN, will open on Tuesday 3rd May. The menu will be the same with the added bonus of a new ‘Amicus’ inspired cocktail menu, featuring a number of customers favourites, with a Boozy Cow twist.
Not only will the new Boozy Cow, at Langstane Place, have more tables for diners, with a 368 licensed capacity, it will also have a designated bar and seating area, with a late night entertainment offering until 1am, every Friday and Saturday night.
Garreth Wood, owner of The Speratus Group and The Boozy Cow, said: “Following a hugely successful first year, we are moving The Boozy Cow Aberdeen, from its current location in the city’s Netherkirkgate into the Group’s Amicus Apple bar and restaurant, which is significantly larger and perfect for this concept. We will close our doors at the Boozy Cow Netherkirkgate at the end of the day this Sunday (1st May 2016), reopening on Langstane Place at 10am on Tuesday 3rd May.
“This is a very exciting and positive step for the Speratus Group and the Boozy Cow concept. This larger capacity venue will allow us to cater for more customers to enjoy more burgers and cocktails and raise further funds for local charities as part of our #FromMoo2U initiative.”
The Speratus Group launched the initiative, #FromMoo2U, last June, committing all annual profits from the burger bars to charities. The Group donated all of its 2014/15 annual profits from Aberdeen and Edinburgh Boozy Cow burger bars, where five Scottish charities received a share of more than a quarter of a million pounds, £263,000. The Group is confident that, by the end of 2018’s financial year, the combined donations to charity on an annual basis will be more than £1million.
The Speratus Group has also acquired new premises for a Boozy Cow in Stirling city centre, to open in the summer and is making advances in securing premises in Dundee. The Group also plans to open three new restaurants of this kind every year, over the next five years, in both Scotland and England.
Garreth added: “Our concept is very simple! Every single penny of profit from each Boozy Cow burger bar will go to registered charities.
“At Speratus, we are extremely proud of the Boozy Cow concept and clearly our customers agree. Their loyalty has enabled us to announce a healthy profit earlier this year from our two current burger bars and with the new larger Aberdeen Boozy Cow premises, and new venues in the pipeline, we hope to share more profits with local charities next year.”
For further information visit www.boozycow.com, follow on Facebook, Twitter @TheBoozyCow and #FromMoo2U