New Moon Company turns 5 and is celebrating with a special £5 dining offer!
Leading restaurant & bar operators New Moon Company celebrates it’s fifth year in business on August 30th with a one off special £5 dine offer*
New Moon Company started by award winning restaurateur Paul Newman & Celebrity Chef Patron David Mooney turns five after successfully opening 8 venues across the North west in just under 5 years. Current sites are: The Old Blind School – Liverpool, The Old Sessions House – Knutsford, Beef & Pudding -Manchester, The Montgomery – Wirral, The Mockingbird Taproom – Chester, Casa Matta – Weaverham, The Lord Binning – Kelsall, and the newest addition The Bronx in Knutsford.
The dynamic hospitality experts have created these 8 successful sites & brand concepts since opening in late 2011,and now employ over 250 staff across the estate.In celebration of the support the New Moon Company estate has had, they’ve decided for one day only to celebrate turning 5 by pricing main meals on the 30th August for just £5!!
No booking required – just turn up on the 30th August to help them celebrate turning 5, and enjoy award winning dishes from the main menu at just £5 for ONE DAY ONLY at any of the 8 sites in the North west.
“We’ve come a long way in a relatively short time period, and our company has grown from strength to strength. Turning five is a real achievement and we wanted to celebrate and include our loyal and new customers by giving them this one day only deal, equally we wanted to also say a massive thank you to everyone from suppliers, third parties, press, staff and of course our growing customer base for their continued support in the growth of New Moon Company” says MD Paul Newman.
On the 30th August 2016 customers can celebrate NMC 5th birthday by enjoying main meals at £5.
Chef Patron David Mooney adds “To say we’ve come a long way is an understatement, two guys took a gamble and now we employ over 250 people and have 8 sites under our belts! To say thanks, enjoy our top notch dish for a fiver, you’d be mad not too!”