The Terrace, Queen Street Dining’s flagship and most eagerly anticipated venue, has announced it will be opening its doors for the first time on Friday 30 September from midday.The two-story multi-million-pound development promises to bring a heady blend of great food and drink, live music and DJ’s.
Set across two floors including the rooftop terrace, its owners hope it will fast become the go-to venue for those seeking a sophisticated place to dine, drink or enjoy a night out. The rooftop features cathedral views and a stylish design.
Customers can expect an adventurous menu with personality using great quality locally sourced products. Combine that with carefully selected beers and wines from some of the best producers, live music, cocktails and an upbeat atmosphere both day and night.
The First Floor has a different vibe from the rooftop. During the day the curtains are opened and the lavish décor and space can be used to enjoy drinks and the full restaurant menu. At night the space transforms into a club lounge with DJ’s and dancing. The First Floor is good enough to rival the best in the UK and is set to be Exeter’s most exclusive venue.
Guests will be able to enjoy acoustic music on the rooftop from around 10pm, every Thursday Friday & Saturday night with DJs featuring on the the first floor. Ticketed events are already underway and The Terrace’s first big line up will feature XY&O, with support from North Devon band The Tuesday Syndicate on Friday 21st October.
Tickets for this are available through Eventbrite. Brainchild of local entrepreneurs, Joe Hill and Steve Keough, The Terrace marks the third installment of the duos rapidly expanding restaurant group which already includes high-street wine and coffee bar, Artigiano and sourdough pizza and craft beer restaurant, Base + Barley.
“We have an extremely talented team to deliver this concept which includes one of the regions best head chefs, a dedicated sommelier and an award winning mixologist. We are also committed to bringing some of the UK’s best DJs and live music acts to Exeter,” says Joe Hill, co-owner of The Terrace.
Joe goes on to say “The Terrace will bring a whole new style to Exeter and it’s going to be a real first for the city. We are really excited to witness the reaction and can’t wait to open the doors,”
Restaurant bookings are being taken from Sunday 2nd October.