The Ivy Brasserie to open Leeds restaurant

23 June 2017 by
The Ivy Brasserie to open Leeds restaurant

The Ivy has submitted an application to Leeds City Council to open an Ivy Brasserie on Vicar Lane.

The plans, submitted on 9 June by commercial property agency GVA, are pending a decision.

The proposed restaurant would see the conversion of three properties at the entrance of Victoria Quarter become a single 195-cover restaurant.

Victoria Gate is owned by Hammerson, a developer of retail properties and is part of the 574,745 sq ft Victoria Estate, which encompasses the Victoria Quarter.

The Ivy Brasserie will join Benugo; Cau; East 59th; Issho; Le Pain Quotidien; and Pret.

The Ivy Collection is a group of restaurants, brasseries and cafés established in London offering all-day dining in a relaxed, local setting, and as well as sites in London, Bristol and Surrey, is set to open at London's Tower Bridge and in Bath later this year.

The Ivy Collection eyes Exeter restaurant site >>
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