CAU already standing tall at Queen Insurance Buildings
Bruntwood has hailed the arrival of Argentinian restaurant CAU at its Queen Insurance Buildings development in Liverpool.
The steakhouse is the property firm’s latest restaurant customer in the city and marks the beginning of a new era for the Castle Street site, which will welcome Malaysian hotel chain Tune later this year, while Bruntwood is also undertaking significant refurbishment of the offices at 24 Queen Avenue.
CAU has enjoyed a flying start to life in Liverpool, serving Sunday lunch to more than 200 guests in its first weekend alone and quickly establishing itself as one of the city’s most popular spots for outdoor eating and drinking.
Toby Sproll, head of retail and leisure at Bruntwood, said:
“CAU’s arrival has generated a real buzz around the entire commercial district.
“The highly quality fit-out, well trained staff and excellent food have understandably grabbed people’s attention. When you add of all that to an outdoor space set among the natural grandeur of Castle Street, you have a recipe for success.
“CAU is our first restaurant customer at Queen Insurance Buildings, so we’re thrilled to see it being so well received. Queen Avenue is becoming a vibrant destination once again and that will only increase with the opening of the Tune Hotel in autumn and the completion of works at number 24.
“We are working hard to increase the variety of offer across many of our properties in the city and we hope this can be a blueprint for further successful developments in the coming months and years.”
Charley Springall, head of marketing at CAU, said:
“We feel right at home in this buzzy and vibrant city and have received a really warm welcome. We are very proud of our fresh approach to food and we are looking forward to a fun and busy summer.”