Exeter restaurant to be transformed

September 3, 2018 by  

A popular eatery within Exeter is in the process of being refurbished.

Harry’s is situated on Longbrook Street in Exeter. The restaurant has been closed recently, but it will be back in business soon. Flyer printing from Exeter can be used in the leisure sector for promotional purposes. There is no clarity about what direction Harry’s is about to take. However, it has been announced that the transformation will be a major one.

The restaurant has been going for a quarter of a century. Hence, the revamp seems to be a sensible strategy, given that the enterprise should be back in operation during the second week of September. The owners of Harry’s have made a statement to their customers:

“We’re having rather a large spruce up and we want you to come on the journey with us. Please bear with us while we work hard to bring you the Harry’s you love but even better.”

It is possible that the independently owned bar and restaurant will look quite different than it used to when the work is completed. Interested individuals have been encouraged to use social media to witness the changes that are being implemented.

Pop star Will Young once worked at Harry’s. The establishment is located in close proximity to the University of Exeter. A carver called Harry Hems lived in the building during the Victorian era.