Plans greenlit for Chester Cafe Rouge site

Plans have been greenlit to turn the Café Rouge site on Bridge Street, Chester, into a new restaurant.

The grade-II listed site closed during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, and did not reopen as its parent company went into administration later that year.

The new restaurant will be named Boheme, and plans include a new bar, banquet seating and necessary repair works.

For the full story, see CheshireLive.

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