Fans of the Northern Quarter will already be acquainted.
Well-known for its giant salt beef sandwiches, stacked burgers and juicy bagels, Eat New York has announced it’ll be departing the Northern Quarter’s Oldham Street for a new home in Prestwich following the turbulent lockdown period.
The restaurant will take over a site on Bury New Road in bustling Prestwich, where they’ll be continuing to serve their delicious American-inspired menu. It’s sure to fill the gaping hole for locals that was left by beloved burger joint Solita, who shuttered up last summer before being sold to Yorkshire-based restauranteurs Shoot The Bull.
Speaking of the move, Eat New York said in a heartfelt social media post: “Lockdown was tough for all businesses and we were no different. We had major plans put on hold, cancelled events and festivals, we were pretty panicked. We wanted to keep trading however, so we decided, like many have, to change the way we did things.
“We moved into the takeaway game. Now we will be the first to admit that we were absolute amateurs when we first got going, demand was through the roof and there were some pretty chaotic (and hilarious) moments we can now look back on. But, we got better, and slicker, and we soon saw an opportunity and future calling for Eat New York as a premium takeaway brand.
“With this in mind we are delighted to announce that Eat New York has a new home in Prestwich. A place that showed us frankly overwhelming support when we needed it most. We cannot wait to open our new site here. Expect all of our best food and so much more, with deliveries to town, collections and a cool spot to hang out and grab a beer. Keep an eye on our socials for updates, and hopefully, see you all soon. Eat New York x”
Eat New York will continue to serve customers at its Northern Quarter venue, and is expected to share more details on their Prestwich opening on their social media channels soon.