New Caribbean Cafe Opening in Hulme
Hulme has played a significant role in Manchester’s history, both recent and distant. Currently, it’s a melting pot of cultures allowing for a very diverse mix of food businesses. Historically the word Hulme divides from the Danish expression for a small island surrounded by water or marshland. When Nordian invaders entered Manchester the area was seen as a separate settlement to Manchester. The suburb plays home to our most recent sale.
We are very proud to announce the unit at 303 Chester Road will soon become a new Caribbean cafe. Mr. Jeremiah Adenuga is the man behind the new venture who cannot wait to get going at the site following the sale of the Hulme based cafe. Mr. Adenuga currently runs a successful alcohol delivery company named Ministry Of Booze. You can find their website by clicking here. We would like to wish Jeremiah all the best with his new business.
Our client had recently moved to Spain, this prompted him to put the cafe on the market with Harvey Silver Hodgkinson. Above all, we would like to wish our client all the best in his new country.
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