A NEW pub is set to throw open its doors in Weymouth tomorrow.

Hardy’s Hop House on St Thomas Street is officially opening after a refurbishment investment by Marston’s. 

Previously known as the Que Pasa and Dolce Vita, the pub has undergone a complete overhaul, creating 22 jobs for the local area, and is ready to welcome back its customers. 

The refurbishment has meant brand new décor, both internal and external, and also a brand-new manager, Keith Foose, who has worked as a general manager for Marston’s for six years at different pubs across the UK.

Accordind to the owners, Keith’s energy and passion for the updated pub will help drive forward the future of Hardy’s Hop House. 

Keith said: “There has been a lot of work gone into the pub and the results are amazing.

“The team and I are all looking forward to welcoming our new customers. 

"We really believe Hardy’s Hop House will be a great addition to Weymouth and we can’t wait to get started.”

The refurbishment of Hardy’s Hope House has transformed the pub, welcoming a fresh new feel. 

The pub has been given a new lease of life and aims to be 'the perfect host for all occasions from evening drinks with friends, to enjoying the brand-new menu of pub grills, burgers and other pub classics'.