The Turtle Bay restaurant and bar will be landing in Blackpool just in time for the summer season and bringing their Caribbean-inspired soul food, rum cocktails and laid-back reggae beats to the seaside. Blackpool can expect Turtle Bay’s signature beach-shack style interior creating a new island-inspired hideaway right at the heart of Blackpool’s iconic promenade.
A day-to-night menu will be served starting with Turtle Bay’s Caribbean brunch, taking in lunch, small plates, and dinner as well as the brand’s famous tropical cocktail menu and late-night bites.
Turtle Bay is also known for its huge collection of vegan and vegetarian dishes and their sharing and grazing plates means there’s something for all tastes and occasions.
Turtle Bay’s legendary bottomless brunch will also be served up daily. This two-hour long Caribbean cocktail and brunching experience includes unlimited Caribbean-inspired cocktails, mocktails, Red Stripe, and prosecco. Turtle Bay’s famous 2-4-1 cocktail happy hour includes all the cocktails on the menu and will be landing in Blackpool too.
Nick Crossley, CEO at Turtle Bay Blackpool, commented:
Cllr Lynn Williams, Leader of Blackpool Council, said:
Darren Oxley, Development Director of The Brook Group, owners of the Forshaw Hotel, added:
It's estimated that new restaurant will create 45 additional jobs in the town. Turtle Bay Blackpool is also looking for people to join Turtle Bay with a range of positions available both front and back of house. If this is of interest, keep an eye out on the Turtle Bay website for more information closer to the time.
More news of the opening will follow soon and in the meantime fans can sign up for exclusive access to updates, offers and advance bookings ahead of the new opening.