Windjammer, Falmouth, will take over Muddy Beach Cafe, Penryn
TWO ‘young ambitious youngsters’ celebrate this week after buying a popular Penryn catering establishment to expand their business.
Business partners Ollie Oliver Growcott-Smith and Jake Heslip own the Windjammer Cafe and Bar in Falmouth but now say they are “super excited” to announce the purchase of the Muddy Beach lease in Penryn.
They’ll open it under their direction in early June, saying you can now enjoy some of their “Jammer” favorites in more than one place.
“Because we’re ambitious young guys, we bought it because we think what we’re doing is good myself and Jake always wanted more than one,” Ollie told The Packet. “Essentially Windjammer started during the pandemic, it went really well. We put our heart and soul into it and we worked really hard and we think we can transfer a lot of what we do here to the muddy beach and I think it will be very successful.”
The Windjammer takes control of Muddy Beach
Windjammer will remain as Muddy Beach and will still have the same name and brand. They are doing minor renovations and will be closed for a week to put on new equipment, have some paint and tidy up with new menus in terms of the offerings that will be available and the goal once they are full is they will be open from 9 a.m. until late seven days a week.
“The goal is to take all the best bits that we know work, take them up there to make things a little more polished up there because we’re a little more relaxed up here.
“The Muddy Beach will always have the same logo, the same name with just our eagerness and enthusiasm behind it.”
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The Muddy Beach will close for its week-long refurbishment on May 23 and aims to reopen on May 30, ready for the school holidays and Jubilee weekend.
“We’re both super excited,” Ollie said. “You get that bit of a jitters when there’s still a lot to do during a really busy time, but we’re both super excited to bring what we’re doing to Penryn.”
The former owners of the Muddy Beach Cafe lease, the Christian family, revealed in November that they were selling after six successful years.