MeatLiquor closes King’s Cross site

MeatLiquor has confirmed its London’s King’s Cross site has closed for good, having closed at 10pm on Wednesday night for lockdown.

The news was announced on the company Twitter account: “We, alongside the rest of the industry, will be closing at 10pm this Wednesday.

“Unfortunately this will be our final service at King’s Cross and we will not be re-opening the site after Lockdown 2.0.”

But the post added: “There’s new things on the horizon so keep your eyes peeled”.

The American-style restaurant group, which started life as a street food van in 2009, opened the 90-cover site only three years ago.

The group has eight remaining sites in London, as well as in Leeds and Brighton.

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