Burger chain breaks out of London and eyes regional coverage

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Popular burger brand, Patty & Bun, will officially open its first restaurant outside of London next month. 

The debut regional restaurant, secured by leading specialist UK leisure property agency, Shelley Sandzer, is located at 56 Ship Street in Brighton.

The brand will occupy a prime corner unit situated within the busy South Lanes, covering approximately 1,500 sq ft across basement, ground and first floors with space for 50 covers in total.

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The new regional restaurant will serve the brand’s popular burger menu including the signature ‘ARI GOLD’ cheeseburger.

Joe Grossman, founder of Patty & Bun, said: “We are really excited to kick off 2018 with the opening of our first restaurant outside of London. Our strong relationship with Shelley Sandzer has played a crucial role in Patty & Bun’s UK growth. Their knowledge and reliable and personal approach has made this process very easy and we are looking forward to working with Shelley Sandzer again as part of our regional growth in the UK.”

Patty & Bun’s first move outside of London signals its ambitions to become more of a national player. It currently operates 10 stores in the capital.

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