Trowers advises on new Caprice Holdings' flagship restaurant in Mayfair


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Trowers & Hamlins advised Caprice Holdings on the establishment of its new flagship restaurant, Bacchanalia in Connaught House, 1-3 Mount Street, Mayfair.

Trowers negotiated a new lease with Motcomb Estates of the former Porsche showroom off Berkeley Square, and has been acting on numerous additional leases of ancillary space, licences to alter, and a new substation.

The property has been converted into a high-end restaurant serving a Greek and Mediterranean-influenced menu by chef Athinagoras Kostakos. The restaurant will span a ground levels with a mezzanine level and al fresco dining terrace. The setting will feature a member's section and private dining room. The fit-out is curated by Richard Caring and features art works by Damien Hirst.

Commercial Real Estate Associate Charlotte Earl assisted lead partner Julien Allen, who said:

"This was another extremely rewarding and high profile transaction for our long-standing client Richard Caring, helping to further develop Caprice Holdings' extensive portfolio of well-known restaurants and venues. The restaurant is located in a great part of London well-known to the Group and I'm excited to see how this very special project develops."

Trowers will continue to service the deal until its official opening on 24 November 2022.

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