One month after closing, Aiden Byrne has rallied investors together to reopen the iconic restaurant after Living Ventures went bump.
Byrne oversaw the restaurant from 2013-17 and has only just recently left D&D’s London’s 20 stories a year after it was launched.
The announcement appeared unofficially across Social Media on a Tuesday night until Aiden opened up and shared the news.
The cat is finally out of the bag. I’m absolutely delighted to announce that I will back at the stoves in Manchester House. A place that is very close to my heart. We will open the reservation lines next week. In the meantime email enquiries to email@example.com
— aidenbyrne (@aidenbyrne) November 20, 2018
Manchester House will be reopening for bookings in December and will be hoping to catch some of the Christmas rush.