A Bavarian Bierkeller, Tiki Cocktail den and a state of the art nightclub are just a few of the new bars set to open in Bradford West End this month.

As part of Bradford’s nightlife revival, they will be opening on Randell West Street alongside the Alhambra Theatre.

Refurbishments required to create these modern venues has drawn £1.2 million to the area and is expected to bring 80 new jobs to Bradford, both part time and full time.

The first bar set to open will be Bierkeller in the middle of August. It will be complete with oompah bands and steins. There will also be a food menu filled with frankfurters and pretzels.

This will be quickly followed by the opening of Brew Haus; a venue set to serve craft beer and hand crafted cocktails, as well as Tiki-O a Polynesian cocktail bar.

BH8Brew Haus will be serving specialist pizza and will have a roof terrace for summer nights.

Tiki-O will be covered in authentic bamboo.

Alongside these bars, The Circle Nightclub will be opening on Morley Street whose experience will include some of the UK’s top resident DJ’s.

Fronting onto the venues will be relaxed outdoor seating areas, adding to the city centre’s growing continental-style café culture which is already taking shape alongside City Park and in the Independent Quarter around North Parade.

Alex Thompson, Senior General Manager of The Brew Haus, said: “We’re all really buzzing about getting involved in the Bradford nightlife revival.”

“It’s clearly the right place to be opening new venues – and at the right time, getting in at the start of a new era.”

“We are all keen to open at the heart of Bradford City Centre and we were delighted to find this perfect location adjacent to the Alhambra Theatre, not far from the Odeon development and within easy access for the university and college campuses.”

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