Quiver Lounge & Grill is setting up a new branch in Kilimani, Nairobi County.
In an update on their official social media platforms, the club shared a video of construction works going on at their new location.
According to the video, the night club will be at the first floor of the building, although WoK could not identify the specific building.
Quiver Lounge did, however, not disclose when the new branch will kick off operations. They are yet to announce any open vacancies.
This is the third branch operated by Quiver Lounge. Their first establishment is located along the Thika Super highway opposite Garden City.
The club is well ventilated and has sizeable open spaces allowing the revelers to have a view of the superhighway as they down their favorite drink.
The club was highly featured in the media some months ago after President William Ruto and his team made a stop at the nightspot to have lunch after a church service.
Additionally, Quiver was among 43 entertainment joints that faced closure over accusation of noise pollution.
However, the Nairobi County Liquor Board seemed to have reached some kind of agreement with the proprietor of the business as the issue went silent.
Quiver Lounge opened their second branch in Kenol, Murang’a County towards the end of 2022.
Around the same time, the club was forced to issue a statement after a viral video showed a cleric ‘blessing’ the establishment.
In the video, the priest seen walking alongside a few individuals, whom we have now learned are investors and local politicians, as he sprinkled holy water using his priestly fly whisk.
However, General Manager Joseph Ng’ang’a denied claims of seeking out the services of the priests on the material day, clarifying that the men of God had been asked to come and bless the mall as a whole and not Quiver Lounge in specific.
“The businesses there range from supermarkets to petrol stations, as you’d expect in any mall. Therefore, the mall owners, who also happen to be the proprietors of Nokras Hotels and Magunas supermarkets, simply sought the services of the Church in dedicating the mall to God
“And that’s how Quiver Lounge was captured in viral videos while the priest did his thing. This was absolutely not a Quiver Lounge initiative, but that of the mall owners under which the club falls, ” he said.
Peter Mbugua is the owner of Quiver Lounge.