Michael Caines has unveiled plans to open Mickeys Beach Bar and Restaurant alongside Sylvain Peltier and Michael’s Café Patisserie Glacerie as part of the Exmouth seafront regeneration project in March 2021.
The company said the launch will be a “landmark opening” for the Michael Caines Collection as it opens a casual bar complete with resident weekend DJs, first floor destination restaurant with a glasshouse and outdoor terraces alongside neighbouring Café Patisserie Glacerie set to serve artisan pastries and ice-creams.
The restaurant will offer a “relaxed dining experience” inspired by its maritime location and will feature a retractable glass terrace, an outdoor terrace and booth seating.
The opening hours will change with the seasons. Summer will see Mickeys Beach Bar and Restaurant serve breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week across each of the various outlets. During the cooler months, breakfast will be served on weekends only with lunch and dinner available daily throughout the week.
Mickeys Beach Bar and Restaurant joins The Harbourside Refuge in Porthleven, The Cove at Maenporth and luxury country house hotel and restaurant Lympstone Manor as part of the Michael Caines Collection.
Chef Michael Caines said: “Mickeys has been in development for five years and I am so excited to see the building finally come to life.
“The interior space, designed with Design Command, is fun, vibrant and in tune with its surroundings and has the most remarkable views across the bay of Lyme. Mickeys will be a place to celebrate, to unwind, to pop-in for a takeaway or stay late into the night, underpinned by warm hospitality and excellent food.”
He added: “It is a space for the local community and beyond, above all its place of fun. I’m incredibly excited to be able to share more over the coming months as we approach the opening.”