British pub group Young and Co. has reopened The Spread Eagle in Wandsworth following a major refurbishment this March which sees the addition of 21 boutique bedrooms.
Set to be Young’s “flagship” pub, the Grade II listed pub also marks the return of the company’s head office to its Wandsworth home where the brewery was established in 1831.
The head office is moving back to the centre with a new office space, training and development kitchen directly behind the pub, whereas it was previously based on the outskirts of the town.
Headed up by landlord Connal Donovan, The Spread Eagle comprises traditional Victorian features including etched glass, reclaimed wooden floorboards, brass fittings, vintage leather furnishings and open fireplaces.
Created by head chef David Waller, menus focus on seasonal British produce paired with a selection of local craft and draught beers.
Patrick Dardis, chief executive of Young and Co., said: ”Wandsworth is very much Young’s hometown and we are delighted to be back establishing our head office in the heart of town. On the doorstep to the old brewery, The Spread Eagle has undergone a huge transformation and we are looking forward to welcoming locals back into this landmark Victorian pub.”
Located on Wandsworth High Street, The Spread Eagle now joins fellow Young’s pubs: the Brewers Inn, The King’s Arms and The Alma.