The Venue, operating from the premise of Centre for Conflict Resolution (CENCOR) at North Dzorwulu in Accra, will this weekend come alive with live band music to kick start the pub’s reopening under a new management.
The pub, located about ten-minutes drive from the Dzorwulu Shell Filling Station off the George Walker Bush N1 Highway and a thirty -minutes drive the Gulf House building, will this weekend be buzzing with all manner of entertainment activities to mark the celebrations of the May Day holiday.
The Venue, which has undergone renovations and refurbishment over the past year, will reopen this weekend with live band music. The reopening, will offer revelers the opportunity to network in a natural and serene environment.
The pub which operates in an ambience of flora in the heart of the city close to the plush Fiesta Royale Hotel, will be buzzing with all manner of entertainment activities.
Speaking in an Interview with The Herald after a tour of the facilities, Mr.Arnold Ato Quainoo, the head of the new management, said the pub has been restructured to meet the trending demands of customers.
He said, the pub has been rebranded to meet the demands of customers and visitors to CENCOR, which has multiple conference facilities.
He said, the Venue brand would bring enjoyment and excitement to customers and patrons of the conference facility. The grounds, can also be hired for parties, wedding receptions, and other events.
Mr. Quainoo, said the reopening exercise would start at 5pm on Sunday May 1 with live band music and performances from renowned artists.
The Venue will offer quality entertainment, couple with the sale of affordable range of drinks, both local and foreign.
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