Restaurant Property and CDG Leisure have successfully secured the disposal of the two Brick and Liquor sites. The first, which was previously situated 47 Balham Hill, was spread over 1,199 square foot of ground floor and basement, where an undisclosed premium was paid for the benefit of the lease. The site will be operated by a new Independent operator B&F Pub Limited who are currently trading under an alternative concept in Chelsea. Agents Gabriella Sether and Jack Coats said: “After winning five Timeout awards, including Timeout Best Bar 2018, and over 100,000 cocktails sold, Brick and Liquor will be closing their doors to focus on new exciting projects, to be announced in early 2019. The new owners will give residents a day and night offering that will bring a great balance to the current tenant mix in the area”.
The second Brick and Liquor site is to become Tequila Mockingbird’s third branch and is located in Tooting. Of the site, which is expected to open at the end of January, Tequila Mockingbird director Jon Bas said: “This location is ideal for our third branch, having already had huge success trading as Brick and Liquor.” He added: “There is a growing leisure offering in the area and we want to be at the forefront of that trend.”
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