£1.2 million city centre restaurant Viva Brazil in shock closure



It cost £1.2 million to develop – but arguably one of Birmingham’s most beautiful new restaurants has closed after just 14 months in business.
Viva Brazil on the corner of Waterloo Street and Bennetts Hill was part of a small chain venturing south.
It is the third significant restaurant closure in just two weeks to hit the city's eating out trade.
The first Viva Brazil restaurant opened in Liverpool in September 2010, with Glasgow and Cardiff following on.
Newcastle opened in the summer of 2015 – only to close just 14 months later.
Birmingham became the fifth when it opened in mid-May, 2016... read more

 
17 July 2017 in Regional West, Views: 36
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