Mexican food chain chooses Nottingham for second UK mainland eatery

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Mexican brand Boojum is planning to open a second UK mainland restaurant in Nottingham this autumn.

The news comes hot on the heels of the opening of its Leeds eatery, which launched in April this year.

The new 2,377 sq ft restaurant will be located on Lower Parliament Street, opposite the Victoria Centre in Nottingham city centre, close to the Nottingham Trent University Campus. It will create 25 local jobs and have seating for 42 diners.

Established in 2007 in Belfast, Boojum has 17 outlets across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the UK mainland. The Nottingham operation will be its 18th eatery.

Boojum CEO, David Maxwell, said: “We are hugely excited to be launching our second UK mainland operation. We have been overwhelmed with the huge success of our Leeds launch with customers loving our energetic and vibrant atmosphere and are looking forward to creating more ‘Boojum addicts’ in Nottingham.”

Boojum operations director, Rob Powell added: “Boojum Nottingham marks the next phase in our national expansion strategy, which will see us open 25 new stores over the next five years.

“A lot of love goes into what we do, with a huge passion and commitment for quality and the best tasting Mexican

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