Combination awning and cafe barriers are a specialist area for Deans and this example at Browns restaurant in Reading is quite typical. The advantage of using one supplier for this sort of work ensures continuity of design through our comprehensive skill set. The combination awning at this installation is the Classic Deans Medi semi cassette awning . Combination awning and cafe barriers have been powder coated to blend with the other signage furniture and provide an all encompassing design ambience. The Medi awning can be used to cover large or smaller outside areas and is a cost effective solution to providing your customers with the al fresco experience. The Medi awning is available with a number of customisable options including electric or manual controls and even weather sensitive sensors for extra security. In the case of this installation the awning fabric has been further enhanced by the application of graphics, applied by our in house artists..
Browns Restaurant in Reading is within easy reach of the popular Oracle Centre , one of the main shopping centres with over 80 high street names providing everything from high fashion to spectacular gifts. Browns are known for providing a relaxing, brasserie brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, made with quality, fresh, seasonal ingredients. Alternatively, if you are just seeking somewhere for a quiet drink their expert, friendly, teams will look after you in the stylish cocktail bar area, where you can enjoy a crafted cocktail, a glass of fine wine or Champagne and nibble on some delicious bar snacks.
The Oracle in Reading takes its name from the 17th century Oracle workhouse built by funds from a local man John Kendrick. This once occupied a small part of the site now occupied by the shopping centre. The Oracle Riverside area, with its restaurants and bars, spans the Brewery Gut, a particularly narrow stretch of the River Kennet. Two bridges have been installed spanning the Kennet, Cooks Bridge, a straight footbridge which links The Riverside Car Park to House of Fraser, and Delphi Bridge, an ‘ellipse-shaped’ bridge giving access from the Vue cinema to Debenhams.