MeatLiquor has confirmed its site in London's King's Cross will close for good when it shuts its doors at 10pm on Wednesday ahead of England's second lockdown.
A post on the venue's Twitter said: "We, alongside the rest of the industry, will be closing at 10pm this Wednesday. Unfortunately this will be our final service at King's Cross and we will not be re-opening the site after Lockdown 2.0."
However, the post added: "There's new things on the horizon so keep your eyes peeled".
The American-style restaurant group opened the 90-cover site three years ago. Co-founders Scott Collins and Yianni Papoutsis grew the brand from a street van in 2009, with their first permanent site opening in Marylebone in 2011.
The group has eight remaining sites in London, as well as in Leeds and Brighton. Meatailer, the parent company of burger brand MeatLiquor, reported a spike in profits following a shake-up of the business two years ago with pre-tax profit of £265,000 for the year ended 30 June 2019.