Two new businesses soon to open their doors

Posted on 13th April 2023 | in Business News , Community

Hot on the heels of new cocktail bar, Hummingbird, which opened in early March, Amble is set to welcome two more independent food and drink businesses

A new deli is due to open at the top of Queen Street in mid April. Owners Lesley Warne and Sarah Vaughan told The Ambler: “Gracy’s will be a hot and cold deli and eatery. We’ll be using local food as much as possible, with local producers, and we want to be a real part of the community.”

Picture of Lesley Warne & Sarah Vaughan of Gracy's Deli

Lesley Warne & Sarah Vaughan

Gracy’s will sell large jacket potatoes, salads and soups every day, and will also offer specialities based on the season or day, or whatever is available. There will also be an emphasis on producing the minimum amount of waste. Check them out on Facebook for updates.

Firehouse No1
Firehouse No1 on Leazes Street (previously the Sand Bar)will sell their unique street food inspired burgers, chicken and steak takeaway boxes. Owner Gary Harland hopes to open in the next few weeks.

A picture of Firehouse No 1 on Leazes Street

Firehouse No 1 Leazes Street

Gary told The Ambler: “We specialise in a variety of street food. I am very passionate about what we have set up. It’s been years in planning and visiting street events and shops all over England and Europe. We source local produce, and use bio degradable packaging. We make everything by hand and everything is cooked fresh to order.”
Check out Firehouse No1 on Facebook and Instagram.

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