General Manager - Brighton
With its prominent position next to Brighton Station, the Grand Central is one of this seaside towns best known pubs.
Reopening after extensive refurbishment in May 2015, the Grand Central serves British- and Colonial-inspired breakfast, lunch, and dinner made from excellent local produce. The Nightingale Room upstairs features its own Gin Bar, and presents a calendar packed with top calibre theatre, music, and comedy events.Could you write the next chapter of our success story?
This unique business for Fuller’s was taken back from tenancy just over a year ago and reinvested in to create an brasserie business downstairs with a little something different upstairs.
Enjoying a prime location just across the street from Brighton train station at the crossroads of this seaside towns Bohemian district and affluent residential area. This complex business comprises of an exciting breakfast offer for the early morning commuters, lunch and dinner services for local business people and tourists and a colonial style evening menu to keep the locals coming back. In addition to the fantastic food The Grand Central has a lot more to offer, a rooftop suntrap terrace the when the suns out drawn people from far and wide and a unique performance venue, The Nightingale Room, which offers a comprehensive calendar of variety, theatre, live music and comedy.
Brighton is a hugely competitive marketplace, with more pubs per capita than any city in the UK. The right candidate will thrive of the buzz of a vibrant city and be willing to get out into the community to draw in the broad demographic of customers. You will need to have a passion for events and be creative in order to draw in people from across the city for a variety of different reasons. Experience working in or living in Brighton or a similar area will be key to success. This is a great role for an ambitious, focussed and upbeat candidate.