A Warwickshire restaurant is shooting for success as it aims to change people's perception of dining in the countryside.
The Revolver, based in Bishops Tachbrook near Leamington Spa, is a gastro-pub.
The new venue is the brainchild of Steve Smith, director of Septennial Entertainment which already owns Sugar, The Sausage, Moo bar and The Garden in Leamington.
Funded through York-shire Bank, The Revolver is already proving it has the finger on the pulse when it comes to diners' tastes.
Steve said: "The whole gastro pub experience has become too cliched.
"The Revolver is basically a reinvention of the Steak House as it offers a first class dining experience with a menu based predominantly around steak and sea food."
He discovered the former pub when he noticed it was up for sale while caught in road-works on Oakley Wood Road.
"I was looking for a new place outside Leamington as I felt with the four bars we already have, I did not think there was room for another," said Steve, who named the new venture after his favourite Beatles album.
"I am always looking for new ventures and I felt there is room for a place such as this in the country for many reasons.
"We are a short distance from Warwick Gate and Tachbrook Industrial Park while many people want to go somewhere to eat that is away from the town centres, especially at weekends.
"It is still early days but the signs are that there is a market for what we are doing because we are very busy and we are different."
Differences the 120-seat Revolver can offer include a 12-seat private dining room.
Andy McCabe, senior partner at Yorkshire Bank's Financial Solutions Centre at the Ricoh Arena which covers the Coventry and Warwickshire region, commented: "We are always keen to support new and different business ventures and the track record Steve has speaks for itself.
"The company is a real Warwickshire success story which never stands still and is always looking to improve and that is why we are delighted to be able to support them."