Birmingham's Grand Central secures all its restaurants
Grand Central Birmingham, the new £150 million shopping centre which is due open in September 2015, has signed up all 13 of its restaurants, some of which will be opening their first outlets in the city.
Owned by Birmingham City Council and sitting above the transformed New Street Station, Grand Central hopes the range and mix of restaurants will encourage dwell time amongst shoppers and train station commuters.
This will be the first time that some eating outlets such as Pho, Caffe Concerto, Square Pie and Tapas Revolution have opened restaurants in Birmingham and expanded outside of London and the South East.
Stephen Wall from Pho said: “We are really looking forward to opening our first Birmingham restaurant in the new Grand Central development. It’s an exciting time for the city and for us as we’re playing a part in this significant transformation.”
Keith Stone, leasing director for Grand Central, added: “We are delighted to see some of the country’s favourite restaurants finally having a footprint in Birmingham thanks to the Grand Central and New Street Station redevelopments.
“The investment from such well known dining brands further demonstrates why we are so confident of the long term benefits Grand Central and New Street Station will bring to the city.”
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