D&D London set to close four restaurants this month

D&D London has announced plans to shut four restaurants this month, with the current economic challenges given as the reason for the move.

The upmarket restaurant group is to close East 59th in Leeds (pictured), Klosterhaus in Bristol, and Avenue and Radici in London.

The company stated, 'It is confirmed that D&D London will cease trading in the following locations: East 59th (Leeds), Klosterhaus (Bristol), Avenue and Radici (London) as of early January 2023.

'Like many other businesses in the hospitality sector, we continue to strategically review our portfolio and such decision is a result of the current economic challenges including spiralling utility, food and beverage costs and the unstable labour market.

'D&D London intend to look after the restaurants’ greatly valued staff and management and wherever possible will seek to offer exciting positions in our other venues.

'D&D restaurants, however, continue to trade well and have had a very positive December despite the ongoing industrial disputes effecting transport.

'We are particularly proud of our latest opening Orelle, in Birmingham; an 88-cover restaurant located on the 24th floor of 103 Colmore Row. The new site which opened only two months ago is trading very well, exceeding our revenue projections.'

Formed in 2006, D&D London operates 45 restaurants and bars, as well as one hotel, which are primarily located in London. It also has locations in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Paris and New York.