Toca Social takes 30,000 sq ft at St James Quarter

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Toca Social, which opened its first interactive football and dining experience at the O2 in London last year, has taken 30,000 sq ft in the  St James Quarter.

Founded by former US Major League and Leeds United player Eddie Lewis, the new Toca Social Edinburgh will house 22 football boxes and two bars featuring interactive football challenges as well as the enjoying food and drinks from its American-style bars.

Ed Corrigan at St James Quarter, commented, “TOCA Social has been something of a phenomenon since launching last year, their venues and the interactive experiences they offer have proved immensely popular and we expect them to be a key fixture for social activities both for local residents and visitors to Edinburgh.”

Alex Harman, President at TOCA Social, added, “We are delighted to launch our next TOCA Social venue in Edinburgh. St James’s Quarter is an amazing addition to the city centre and is the perfect home for our first venue in Scotland. TOCA Social gets everyone up and playing – whether competitively or just for fun, alongside world-class food and drinks. It’s been a huge hit since we launched at London’s The O2, and we can’t wait to bring it to Edinburgh next year!”

Category: Bar & Pub, News
Tags: Alex Harman, Ed Corrigan, St James Quarter, Toca Social