The Botanist opening date revealed!

| | ,

botanist for fb

The Botanist will be opening its doors in Marlow on the 30th November bringing us a brand new place to eat, drink and be merry throughout the Christmas festivities and thereafter.

Back in April, we exclusively revealed the plans for a brand new bar/restaurant at the old “Living In Store” at 48 West Street – so check out that article for details of the planning application, and an idea of the sort of “look and feel” we might expect from the Botanist brand. Based on the impressive look of other Botanist venues, and their commitment to live music every night we were certainly a bit excited!

What do we know now?

botanist food

The bar and restaurant will be open from noon to midnight each day and will serve cocktails, craft beers and ales along with deli and rotisserie inspired food. Online menus used in the other 6 Botanist venues can be found here: drink, food.

There will be live music every evening and the soundtrack will be a variation of new and old,  delivered live on piano, guitar and vocals.

The venue will offer ample room across the restaurant and bar areas for over 180 guests, including a heated outdoor garden and indoor fire pit.

The official word from the Botanist’s boss

Chris Hill, Managing Director of  The New World Trading Company told us: “The Botanist aims to provide something for everyone, from a relaxing daytime catch up to the perfect atmosphere to enjoy an evening of drinking and dining with friends. We are excited to be opening The Botanist in a community which has such a passion for food and drink. We are looking forward to immersing ourselves in local life.”

Job opportunities

The launch of The Botanist will bring 45 new job roles to the town. The Botanist is currently recruiting for a range of positions in Management, front of house and within the kitchen. Details can be found here:

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

Previous article

Marlow Archaeology talk: Marlow’s Manor House

Simmons and Sons – Landlord and tenant promotional offer

Next article