Kuits advises on new restaurant concept in Manchester

16th July 2019, 12:11 pm

Commercial law firm Kuits has advised the highly acclaimed Six by Nico restaurant on the licence for its Spring Gardens premises in Manchester City Centre.

The concept will see a new six-course tasting menu introduced every six weeks, housed in a 72-cover restaurant with a wine and spirits bar.

An established name in Scotland and Northern Ireland, Six by Nico was founded in Glasgow in 2017 by talented Scottish-Italian chef Nico Simeone.

Anthony Lyons, Kuits joint head of licensing said: “Six by Nico is an exciting culinary concept and Kuits are delighted to have advised on their first opening in England.

“Securing a licence for such a prime city centre location will allow Nico and his team to showcase their talents in Manchester’s thriving food and drink scene, in what I’m sure will be a much-anticipated opening.”

Six by Nico opened at 60 Spring Gardens, Manchester on Monday 15 July.

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