All-day club house concept hungry for more London sites

1st March 2024 | Jack Oliver

An all-day community club house concept is on the hunt for new sites in London as it looks to open five sites in the capital over the next three years.

Bubba Oasis currently operates two venues in Clapham and Islington, offering co-working space, all-day dining, late-night events, and private function spaces.

Describing itself as an “affordable club house with an authentic lifestyle brand”, Bubba Oasis looks to tap into the Generation Z market, creating a work-friendly environment, a community-focused brand, and offering a wide array of events, all at a reasonable price.

Events which take place at Bubba Oasis’ existing club venues include supper clubs, live music sessions, fashion pop-ups, art installations, corporate events, and parties.

The concept’s management team has experience in the hospitality industry, having collectively launched over 60 venues across the UK. The founder and CEO, Rob Huysinga, co-founded ice cream experience Pan-n-Ice at 19, was a finalist in the 2022 Great British Entrepreneur of the Year, and was awarded the 30 Under 30 Restaurant & Marketeer Innovator of the Year award.

Bubba Oasis’ co-founder and COO Moe Sahrie and partner and event director Johnny Veyret both have experience at Joe & the Juice, having worked as co-managing director and head of culture respectively.

The operator is now seeking sites ranging between 2,000 and 10,000 sq ft in space in areas with a high density of young professionals. Ideal sites will have a 1am A4 license. Bubba Oasis is looking for charming and characterful spaces with quirky features, with space for a seating area, a cocktail bar, and a back-of-house kitchen.

Richard Wassell of twentyretail has been appointed to find suitable locations.


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