A look inside the new Tropicana café

PUBLISHED: 14:41 11 June 2015 | UPDATED: 15:45 11 June 2015

Inside The Bay

Inside The Bay


THE Mercury has taken a sneak-peek inside the new Tropicana café and bar, The Bay, which opens tomorrow (Friday).

Inside The BayInside The Bay

The refurbished space has seating for 80 customers inside and 40 outside on the promenade.

The café has been created following extensive refurbishment works at the Tropicana building earlier this year.

It will be run by North Somerset Council for the time being, but the authority says it will ‘turn its attention to a procurement process to secure the long-term future of the building’.

Cllr David Pasley, the council’s executive member for property, said: “I am hugely impressed by the standard of the fit-out at The Bay, and a high-quality offer like this sends a signal about the standards we want to see throughout the town as businesses move in and invest.

“I hope people will call in and see for themselves over the coming weeks and months, and I wish the team at The Bay every success for the season ahead.”

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