Opening date set for The Ivy Brasserie in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 17:59 24 April 2018 | UPDATED: 17:59 24 April 2018

Artist's rendering of The Ivy St Albans Brasserie.
Picture: Wickerwood & Co

Artist's rendering of The Ivy St Albans Brasserie. Picture: Wickerwood & Co


The new Ivy Brasserie will open in St Albans city centre next month.

Brasserie Blanc St Albans
Picture: Google Street ViewBrasserie Blanc St Albans Picture: Google Street View

The restaurant, which is replacing Brasserie Blanc in Verulam Road, is due to open on Wednesday, May 9.

It is the first Ivy restaurant to open in Hertfordshire, and will be open seven days a week with an all-day dining menu. The brasserie will accommodate 139 guests across the main restaurant and bar, as well as a semi-private dining area seating 12 and a terrace seating eight.

Opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 8am to 12.30am, and Sundays and bank holidays from 9.30am to 11pm.

Reservations lines will go live at 11am on Wednesday, April 25. To make a reservation call 01727615300

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