FIRST LOOK: Luda to open at Dolphin Square on Monday
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The first business to open at the newly-revamped Dolphin Square will welcome its first customers next week.
Bingo café Luda will open on Monday, offering a ‘different and more accessible’ option for punters, and the Mercury was offered a first look inside.
Luda, in Oxford Street, features a range of slot machines and arcade games, plus regular bingo games playable via tablet.
Its café sells a range of hot and cold food, hot drinks and alcohol.
Branch manager Lucie Harrison told the Mercury she is ‘super excited’ for the opening of Luda.
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She said: “It’s far more accessible. You can walk in – there’s no membership – and have a drink or a piece of cake and play a bingo game.
“We offer a different bingo experience, you can move around the venue very easily. There are lots of games you can dip in and out of.”
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And Ms Harrison believes Dolphin Square will have a positive impact on Weston.
She added: “Dolphin Square is a development we’ve all been waiting a bit of time for, and we’re so excited it’s finally opening. We’ve got some excellent neighbours as well so it’s going to be a very positive thing for the local community in Weston.
“Obviously it will benefit the tourists as well, but I think its more about giving the community more choice and more interesting things to do.”
Luda managing director, Alan Morgan, said: “The new venue offers a convenient place to pop in and play, and is perfect for groups of friends on a night out looking for a fun time or those seeking to take time out to recharge their batteries.
“The new site will offer those living locally a sociable place to meet, play, try new games, and have a bite to eat.”