Bacco opened on 22nd May 2014 in the historic market town of Rugby, Warwickshire. The Grade II listed building dates back to the late 1800s, and was most recently an O’Neill’s bar, although it sat vacant and unloved for eight years before we popped along and gave it a new lease of life (no pun intended). Bacco Lounge can seat two hundred and twenty guests inside and a further twenty-five in the gorgeous courtyard. The quirky layout and careful detailing makes you feel like you’re at your home from home. We’re also just around the corner the local theatre, so ideal for pre-enterntainment dining!
The property was originally built as a department store and still retains one of the earliest examples of shopfront glazing in the country. Don’t worry though, you won’t feel like you’re in a greenhouse; the spacious upper floor is fully air conditioned!