Restaurant and leisure scheme
Herten Triangle Development increases the leisure mix
Doncaster Council is developing Herten Triangle, an £8 million Doncaster restaurant and leisure scheme immediately adjacent to the existing VUE cinema at Lakeside, Doncaster.
The development will consist of a five restaurant parade and three drive-through units. Eight companies have all agreed lets on the units ranging from 1,800 to 3,650sq ft. and include Burger King, Costa, Creams, Dunkin' Donuts, Estabulo, Taco Bell, TGI Fridays and Urban Fresh Burgers and Fries.
The site will be an additional restaurant and leisure destination in the Lakeside area, which already has facilities including a multi-screen cinema and a bowling alley as well as the Doncaster Dome leisure centre. The cinema has recently been extended to 11 screens as part of a £5m refurbishment programme and the Lakeside Triangle development will serve the cinema and the adjacent Doncaster Dome water park, ice rink and concert venue.
The successful Lakeside Village Outlet Shopping is also less than 1 mile away, further increasing the leisure spend in the area.
The scheme will create around 200 jobs. This important parcel of council-owned land at Lakeside will now be transformed into another first class leisure offering, complementing the wide array of attractions already located in the vicinity. The level of interest in the development shows the confidence the private sector has in Doncaster as a business destination.
A number of operators have opened now including:
Dunkin’ Donuts - american company founded in 1950, Dunkin’ Donuts is a franchise selling coffee and baked goods with 10,500 locations in 31 countries.
Costa - chain of coffee shops also selling cakes and sandwiches.
Taco Bell - mexican themed fast food chain selling tacos, burritos, quesadillas and nachos.
Burger King – large American burger chain.
Operators opening soon:
TGI Fridays - American restaurant chain focusing on casual dining.
Estabulo - Estabulo Rodizio Bar and Grill says it follows the Brazilian Gaúcho’s traditional method of cooking. This takes cuts of meat, which are then skewered and cooked slowly on open flames. Wakefield-based Estabulo Rodizio Bar and Grill operate four sites around Yorkshire, and is themed on the Brazilian Gaúcho’s traditional method of cooking.
Creams - franchise based cafe chain Creams sell a range of sundaes, smoothies, juices, and desserts. The company aims to present a 1950's retro Americana genre.
Urban Fresh Burgers and Fries - Local supplier of fresh beefburgers, grilled chicken burgers and homemade veggie burgers with a selection of toppings, fries and sides.
Below is a video outlining details of the development:
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