THE BOOZY COW ABERDEEN MOVES ON TO LARGER PREMISES

THE BOOZY COW ABERDEEN

Aberdeen burger and cocktail bar The Boozy Cow has moved to a new site at 67 Langstane Place. The bar and diner, owned by The Speratus Group, has more tables, with space for more than 100 diners, and also has a designated bar and seating area, with a 368 licensed capacity, and a late night entertainment offering until 1am every Friday and Saturday night. Garreth Wood, owner of The Speratus Group and The Boozy Cow, said, “Following a hugely successful first year, we have moved The Boozy Cow Aberdeen from its current location in the city’s Netherkirkgate to the new premises on Langstane place, which is significantly larger and perfect for this concept. This is a very exciting and positive step for the Speratus Group and the Boozy Cow concept. This larger venue with more capacity will allow us to cater for more customers to enjoy more burgers and raise more funds for local charities as part of our #FromMoo2U initiative.”
The Speratus Group launched the initiative, #fromMoo2U, last June, committing all annual profits from the restaurants to charities.
The Speratus Group has also acquired new premises for a Boozy Cow in Stirling city centre, to open in the summer and is making advances in securing premises in Dundee.

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