Tomahawk Steakhouse axes Nottingham restaurant

Tomahawk Steakhouse

A specialist steakhouse restaurant and bar has closed its doors in Nottingham on Tuesday (June 13) just seven months after it opened.

Tomahawk Steakhouse has shut its 12 Low Pavement venue with immediate effect, leaving many diners who had booked in the lurch and despite advertising its Sunday lunch offering just two days ago.

Tomahawk Steakhouse, which served Himalayan salt dry-aged beef and fish dishes, was located in the former Carluccio unit.

In a statement, the company said: “Due to our lease expiring we are sad to see Tomahawk Steakhouse Nottingham close its doors one final time.

“We hope to be back in Nottingham soon when we secure a new site but for now our bookings are closed.”

Tomahawk is owned by Howard Eggleston. The company started out in Stockton-on-Tees.

Thirty jobs were created at the Nottingham restaurant, which claimed to offer “the best steaks in Nottingham.”

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