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New Market Street shop and restaurant will open in early June

Market Street's new restaurant and shop

Former Toymaster and the new shop/restaurantSince we wrote about the plans to convert the former Tinniswoods toy store in Market Street into a shop and restaurant, there has been a huge amount of interest in the development. It will be called the Provenance Food Hall & Restaurant. Here, owner Brian Tinniswood reveals their plans.

Provenance Food Hall and Restaurant

We know it has taken quite some time to sort the building out properly, and the team here appreciate there has been ongoing interest (and patience) in the local area.

The restaurant’s kitchen is already producing exceptional food as we test dishes, and the shop element is coming together now works have finished; apart from the new front doors and signage, we’re almost ready.

We are planning to open beginning of June and we are looking to hire some 20 + staff in the coming weeks.

We have started interviewing and we are really pleased with both the number of applicants and the quality of those that have already come to interview. We will continue to conduct interviews over the next week and a half.

Westhoughton has a lot of talent and we would like to thank everyone who has applied so far.

Visit the Provenance Food Hall & Restaurant website here.

Grilled steaks

What’s on the menu?

Breakfasts

12 comments

    1. We have just updated this article with some exciting new details. So, it will be called Provenance Food Hall and Restaurant, and as you can see from the menu, it looks suitably mouthwatering!

    1. Very sad to see beasleys butchers closing I go there for my frozen pies and burgers but wish him well moving into provenance

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