03/06/2021

Belfast Restaurant Forced To Close Over New Govt Restrictions

A buffet restaurant in Belfast has been forced to close due to new government restrictions in relation to table service.

Cosmo Belfast in Victoria Square said it would re-open again as soon as the restrictions have been lifted.
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In a statement the firm said: "Due to new Government restrictions regarding table service, we have had to temporarily close COSMO Belfast. Therefore, any reservations from today have unfortunately been cancelled. “We apologise for any inconveniences caused but you can still get your COSMO fix at home by ordering by phone or in the restaurant as before.

"We're really sad to close our doors again but will re-open as soon as the restrictions have lifted and look forward to seeing you then.

"Until then, stay safe."


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