AS A lot of as 50 new employment are to be developed at an “exciting” non permanent pop-up restaurant alongside Southbourne beach.
The new venue, called SOBO Beach front, will be built on the web page of the now demolished Bistro on the Beach front cafe.
SOBO Beach aims to convey the “chilled, intercontinental vibes of Miami’s South Beach” alongside with some global flavour to Southbourne.
Involving 30 and 50 positions for cooks and ready employees will be developed at the restaurant for the duration of the peak year this summer.
Functions manager Abundant Slater explained he hopes the new cafe will open at some place in June.
He claimed: “With the selection awarded at the start out of May perhaps all palms are on deck to deliver together a funky, vibrant venue in record time prepared for this summer.
“We’re not just focusing on holidaymakers we want this to be a location that the BCP residents can delight in all year round and turn into a community hub. We’re looking to use area suppliers wherever possible to assure our success is driven by the good quality of nearby corporations.
“It’s fantastic to see BCP Council have eventually woken up to the chance alongside the seafront. We imagine SOBO Beach front renovate Bournemouth seafront.”
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The cafe will element ‘FlaminGo Grill’ and ‘Wok-Shack’ kitchens in delivery containers and an open up-prime double decker bus giving a complete bar and VIP lounge.
Mr Slater, together with operator Kim Slater, also run The Boathouse in Christchurch and Seashore Property in Mudeford Quay.