Red’s True Barbecue set for Liverpool
August 14, 2015 - bbq set
Red’s True Barbecue, a fastgrowing smokehouse concept, is to make a entrance in Liverpool this Nov after securing a site in a city’s Hanover Street, BigHospitality’s sister announcement MC Allegra Foodservice has learnt.
The group, that final month done a entrance in London, with a launch in Shoreditch,
is to deposit £1.1m in formulating 150 splitlevel covers and a standalone bar with a late permit on a former Stockton’s store in a city.
The fivestrong group, that skeleton to open 20 sites within 5 years, will join Wahaca during a scheme, with Busaba Eathai and Five Guys related to a remaining units. Red’s will continue to work with pattern partners Russell Sage, who recently consulted on a flagship Shoreditch site.
James Douglas, co-founder of Red’s, said: “Liverpool is a finish healthy choice for a brand. The opening will seaside adult a northern stronghold, and bond adult a participation along a M62 corridor. The pattern of this site will be a brand’s bravest artistic instruction to date, and we’re vehement to see what a people of Liverpool think.
“Our prophesy to move loyal grill to a masses is good underneath way; it seems a open have an omnivorous appetite. The UK-wide launch of Red’s authentic operation of BBQ salsas and rubs into Asda is display intensely clever sales, and a recipe book Let There Be Meat is already a Sunday Times bestseller. With serve sites now in legals for 2016 we’re resolutely substantiating a code as a marketplace personality within a fast flourishing grill category.”
In May, a association secured £5m of new investment
from a organisation of heading attention players and sell entrepreneurs as it looks to accelerate a expansion plans.
The equity investment understanding for a afterwards fourstrong code featured a consortium comprising attention maestro and former arch executive and authority during Wagamama Ian Neill; Jamie Barber, a owner of Cabana; Stephen Wall, a cofounder of Pho; Brandon Stephens, a owner of Tortilla; Maurice Abboudi, a owner of K10; Dom Lake, a owner of Canteen; and sell entrepreneurs Aarish Patel and Sunny Gill.