Tomahawk, a steakhouse chain, has established its first London restaurant with the opening of a new Hoxton site.
It marks the tenth nationwide establishment for the chain, after a new site in York launched at the end of August.
Set over two floors, the 88-cover “gem” of a restaurant will provide the area with both full and part-time jobs.
Howard Eggleston, owner and founder at Tomahawk, said: “All of our Tomahawk venues have something special about them and this site in Hoxton really is our little gem.
“These truly are unprecedented times, but we’re confident in our concept and that guests in London will certainly like the great atmosphere, food and experience we offer at Tomahawk.”
Responsibilities will continue to be split by founder Eggleston and his business partner Tom Sturman, who leads the steakhouse’s kitchen operations.
The business hopes to extend its offering of Himalayan salt dry-aged steaks to an expanding portfolio, with new locations in Stockton Heath, Alderley Edge, and Camden currently being explored.