Restaurateurs unveil plans to reopen grade II-listed Cheshire pub

The owners of three North West tapas bars have submitted plans to bring a grade II-listed pub in Chester, which has been vacant for five years, back to life. 

Joe and Ben Wright are behind Porta Tapas Bar, which has three sites in Chester, Salford and Altrincham.

Newly submitted plans have shown that the brothers want to re-open Ye Gardeners Arms on Christleton Road, located in a broadly triangular block known as the Boughton Triangle. 

Under the plans, the ground floor of the three storey building would be retained as a bar and restaurant, while the first floor would be transformed from managers accommodation to dining room space for the restaurant. 

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