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MeatLiquor to open King’s Cross restaurant this week for 13th site

MeatLiquor is to open its King’s Cross restaurant on Wednesday (2 August) for the company’s 13th site. The 90-capacity restaurant and bar will open in St Chad’s place for drinks only, with the food offering launching two days later. MeatLiquor King’s Cross will feature bold interiors created by Shed Design and artwork from ilovedust, with staff preparing food and serving drinks from a replica train carriage.0

MeatLiquor co-founder and managing director Scott Collins said: “When choosing a new place to open, we’ve never had a plan as such. It has always been about finding the right place at the right time – and that’s what’s happened with this, our 13th opening. King’s Cross is a fantastic area with a host of brilliant bars and restaurants, something we’re excited to be part of.”

Collins founded MeatLiquor with Yianni Papoutsis in 2011, initially operating from a burger van. Last month, the company announced it would close its debut W1 site to make way for a luxury hotel development. With the closing date unconfirmed, W1 will remain open on a month-by-month basis. Other MeatLiquor sites in the capital include Islington, Hoxton, East Dulwich, Brixton, Croydon, Queensway and Covent Garden – as well as sites in Brighton, Bristol and Leeds. There is also a Deliveroo-only site in Canary Wharf.

 

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