Two new dining brands have signed for space at Hammerson’s Grand Central including a debut restaurant for Harlem-influenced soul food operator, Holy Moly Macaroni.
Holy Moly Macaroni has signed for a 1,750 sq ft restaurant opposite Tortilla within the Bullring Estate in Birmingham. Founded by Birmingham chef Anthony Duffy, the restaurant is inspired by “hearty Harlem mac ‘n’ cheese” and the idea to “bring back proper mac”. Designed by Newman Gauge and with over 60 covers, the interior will include industrial elements to reflect the streets of Harlem, and will use neon lighting to mirror the brand’s logo.
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