Pitt Cue to return under original co-founder

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Pitt Cue to return under original co-founder

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Famed London barbecue restaurant Pitt Cue Co. is to return after being bought back by one of its original founders.

Jamie Berger, who launched the brand in 2011 with Tom Adams, has repurchased the intellectual property of Pitt Cue Co. after selling the concept in 2015.

He is searching for a site to reopen the restaurant and plans to run a series of pop-ups and residencies in London and beyond.

“Whilst I was sad to see the restaurant close, I am delighted to be able to take Pitt Cue Co. back to its original ethos of barbecue, bourbon and beer – in whatever forms that may take,” says Berger.

Pitt Cue Co. started out as a food truck on the South Bank, which became famous for its queues, before opening its first permanent restaurant in Soho in 2012.

Berger and Adams sold the business in 2015 and it relocated to Devonshire Square in the City in 2016.

The restaurant closed and went in to administration in June this year.

The first Pitt Cue Co. pop-up will be a Thanksgiving Dinner held in central London on 28 November for 50 diners, featuring the restaurant’s signature dishes, bourbon and beer.

For tickets and more information click here.

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