Popular Northern Quarter diner has gone into liquidation
A popular restaurant in Manchester’s Northern Quarter has gone into liquidation.
The Infamous Diner in Nicholas Croft has gone out of business after joint liquidators were appointed.
The American themed diner was put up for sale by its then owners Mark Andrew Developments in January 2017.
The company also owned as Walrus, Rosylee, and Hula.
The 1950’s-inspired diner opened for business in July 2015 and was listed on Christie & Co business sales website for £500,000 in January 2017 with a 25-year lease starting from its opening date.
At the time a spokesman for MAD said: “Infamous Diner has been a great asset to the MAD portfolio, it’s a successful business with a great location and fantastic, committed staff and we will continue to operate the restaurant as so until a suitable buyer is found. It is very much business as usual until then.”
The restaurant’s website has been closed down but it still has an account on Twitter.