Ed Sheeran may be amidst his world tour at the moment, but the singer-songwriter has some business ventures going on off stage.
The Grammy award winner and his longtime manager, Stuart Camp, are reportedly opening a new establishment.
The pair purchased a Spanish diner called Galicia last year, and are planning to transform it into a restaurant/bar with live music.
Renovation of the £2 million place is currently underway, with the new owners thinking up a name. Locals in the West London neighborhood where it is situated still apparently refer to it as Galicia, but it is possible that its new title could come from Ed’s hit song, Castle on the Hill.
According to reports, it is hoped that the new haunt will open as soon as next month.
Let’s hope that Ed will be on the performance line-up. Or at least Taylor Swift.