A popular café and bar group has opened a new venue at a prominent location in a Lincolnshire town. Alfredo Lounge opened its doors to the people of Louth in October, replacing the Eve & Ranshaw store which served the town for 240 years.
The Loungers group has transformed the venue with heavily patterned wallpapers, tiling and stripped wooden floors alongside oversized vintage sofas, upholstered lounge chairs and eclectic artwork. Alfredo Lounge is a place where customers can either have a coffee with friends, a long brunch with family or a relaxed dinner and drinks.
The menu features a range of dishes from tapas and salads to burgers and buttermilk fried chicken, with vegans and those favouring a gluten-free diet well catered for with their very own menus. A selection of games, books, colouring pencils and pads are on offer for families as well as high chairs and baby-changing facilities.
Gemma Irwin, community manager at Loungers, said: “We are delighted to finally be open in lovely Louth. Our Lounges strive to put community at the heart of hospitality and our teams always go the extra mile to make a difference.
“They are actively encouraged to connect with their communities by working with local groups, charities, organisations and businesses that are at the heart of the fabric of local life. We are very much looking forward to welcoming local residents to Alfredo Lounge.”
Alfredo Lounge has partnered with The 13 Plus Project and will donate 50p from every burger and 20p from each coffee sold in the first month of trading to the local charity. See below for pictures inside Alfredo Lounge in Louth.