Dirty Martini sees 4% increase in sales following £3.25m investment

10 August 2017 by
Dirty Martini sees 4% increase in sales following £3.25m investment

CG Restaurants & Bars has reported a sales uplift of 3.9% for its Dirty Martini portfolio for the first half of the year.

The group also saw a 6.3% rise in sales in June following a regional investment of £3.25m.

This financial news comes after a recent announcement that Dirty Martini is preparing for further growth and expansion in 2017, with new acquisitions in Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham in which it invested a total of £1.75m.

The bar group currently operates eight sites across the UK in Bishopsgate, Covent Garden, Hanover Square, Islington, Monument, St Paul's, Minories and Cardiff.

Scott Matthews, chief executive officer at Dirty Martini, said: "We are encouraged to see such a strong sales uplift for H1 across all sites. The performance across the existing portfolio is a clear signal of the strength of our brand and the commitment of our team"

Looking to the future, Dirty Martini's Christmas 2017 bookings are up 157% on the same time last year. This increase is accredited to the brand having secured a number of private hires across its venues.

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