A York bar has closed and is being stripped of its stock, fixtures and fittings.
All Bar One on New Street has also had its sign taken down.
The large cocktail bar has been operating on the street for more than ten years. The building was previously home to the HaHa Bar and Grill.
Over the last few days, the furniture inside the bar has been moved and piled up. Stocks of unsold drinks were being removed from the building yesterday (Tuesday).
According to the website: “We have now closed our doors as an All Bar One to make way for something new and exciting.”
It has the lease on 13-17 New Street till 2024.
All Bar One is a brand belonging to hospitality group Mitchell & Butlers.
It also has the Nicholson’s brand, which includes pubs like the Old White Swan on Goodramgate and the Punch Bowl on Stonegate; Sizzling Pubs, including the Black Bull on Hull Road; Vintage Inns like the Dormouse on Clifton Park Avenue; and the Toby Carvery like the Hopgrove on Malton Road.
In 2019, the building that houses All Bar One went up for auction with a guide price of £1.7m+.
It was bought by Anthony Edwards of Stockton Grange, Stockton On The Forest, for £2 million.
The yearly rent at the time of the sale was said to be £116,500.