Coppa Club lodge planning application
Owners of the Coppa Club are planning on opening in Newbury.
A planning application has been lodged with West Berks Council that will see the growing restaurant chain, which has branches in Central London, Henley and Marlow, open in the town.
It is proposed that the new restaurant, with 110 seats inside the building, will open within the redeveloped Newbury Manor Hotel. The hotel’s owners are the same group who own Coppa Club.
Coppa Club describes itself as a place for eating, drinking, meeting and unwinding. It is a laid-back place to be used for whatever you need. All day, every day.
They first opened their doors back in 2015 in the Berkshire countryside village of Sonning-on-Thames, where they set out to create a venue which offered something for everyone, a local hang-out and a community space.
For years, only members’ clubs have offered space for guests to stay all day and transition from work to play, but they aim to change all that.
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