Popular café reopens to kick start boutique hotel plan in Stevenage


A popular café in Stevenage’s Old Town has reopened following a major renovation and kickstarted plans for a boutique hotel to be created on the site next year.

Cinnabar café, a club, cocktail bar and café on the high street in Stevenage, has relaunched with a new interior look to complement its new menus and dining experience, which now includes brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails.

The reopening comes as plans to turn an adjoining empty office building into a 19-bed hotel have been approved by councillors.

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Diane Gordon, general manager for Cinnabar, said that the project marks the start of a new chapter for the property, with continued investment planned for next year also.

A new gin bar is also soon to be launched, which will be home to 20 varieties of gins available alongside the already-extensive cocktail list.

Gordon said: “We’ve invested in creating a fresh, elegant space where our customers can relax and enjoy brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone to the new look Cinnabar and can’t wait to open our doors to the public.”

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