North Wales catering company Johnny Dough’s is set to open a new site in a popular seaside town. The chain already has four sites in the region.
Now owner Morgan Austin has taken over the former Natwest bank site in Rhos on Sea and will bring the brand to the city after research showed the area is the second most sought after in the UK on Rightmove. The popular pizza brand is due to open its fourth location next week in Penmaenmawr, with the Rhos-on-Sea location being its fifth and due to open in July 2022.
Speaking to North Wales Live, Mr Austin said: “There’s nothing like it with a wood-fired oven in Rhos-on-Sea so we won’t be accepting trades with anyone and I hope we bring more people to the city. We will increase the night economy and give more choices to locals and tourists.
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“There are already several successful businesses in the area and we want to join them to make the area even more important. Rhos on Sea is the second most searched location on Rightmove, and that speaks volumes about the town and what’s to come. comes as the region gets busier season after season.
“The old Natwest site already has permission for what we need, so no changes will be needed. People have asked us if we’re keeping any of the original functionality. Unfortunately, I’m afraid ‘they have already been deleted before our support.
“We hope to open the site within the next two months – and we will do everything we can to make sure that happens. Rhos on Sea’s new premises will be located on Colwyn Avenue, opposite the Peacock Lounge.
He added: “I made the conscious decision to move to Rhos on Sea after seeing the search results and the growth in the area. We have sites in the two towns surrounding the area, and with the success that these sites bring to those regions, we know it will do the same.
“A total of 15 jobs could be created on the site, at least. For more details on how to apply for any of the jobs, visit Johnny Dough’s Pizza on Facebook”
Mr Austin also revealed he has another business up his sleeve set to open in Llandudno after the Rhos on Sea site opens.