Bristol burger restaurant closes doors suddenly and asks customers where they should move to

One of the popular burgers on the menu at the Clifton restaurant One of the popular burgers on the menu at the Clifton restaurant
One of the popular burgers on the menu at the Clifton restaurant | Hub Box
It was popular due to its high quality burgers and local produce

One of Bristol’s most popular burger restaurants has closed its doors suddenly.

Hub Box on Whiteladies Road opened in 2017 after making its name in St Ives and Truro in Cornwall.

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The restaurant chain has since expanded with 11 branches in the South West and Cardiff.

A business that uses locally sourced ingredients, it was well known for its burgers but also its hot dogs.

But the Whiteladies Road restaurant served its last customers at the weekend and the doors are now shut.

Posting on Facebook, Hub Box said: “We have come to the end of our lease and are looking for a new home.

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“Any suggestions on a great space for us, get commenting below or drop us a line. Thanks to all our customers, team and suppliers for your support - it’s been one helluva ride.

“We can’t wait to see what Bristol has in store for us in the coming months! Watch this space.”

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