Old Brewery Quarter
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The Old Brewery Quarter, also known simply as the Brewery Quarter, is a modern mixed-use development in the centre of Cardiff, Wales, on the site of the Old Brewery, with an entrance on St. Mary's Street and Caroline Street.
In 2003 Brains Brewery vacanted the Old Brewery to redevelop the site into the 85,000 sq ft (7,900 m2) "Old Brewery Quarter." It is a mixed development of 55,000 sq ft (5,100 m2) of leisure space around an open-air piazza in the heart of Cardiff’s growing city centre together, with 42 long-leasehold loft style apartments and penthouses.
The development has attracted a range of bar and restaurant operators including Starbucks, Nandos, Thai Edge, Pancake House, La Tasca, Lava Lounge, Chiquito and SA Brain's own flagship venue, the Yard Bar and Kitchen.
Access can be gained directly east onto St Mary's Street, or south to Caroline Street, also known locally as Chip Alley.
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