The Queens: Crouch End pub owners in ‘advanced talks’ over sale that would see it reopen when lockdown rules are relaxed
PUBLISHED: 10:00 17 May 2020 | UPDATED: 18:23 17 May 2020
Although the owner of Crouch End’s historic Queens pub is in administration, the Ham&High can reveal administrators RSM are in “advanced discussions” over its potential sale – and if sold it will reopen when conditions allow.
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The Tottenham Lane pub, which has been shut during the coronavirus lockdown, has been part of the Food and Fuel chain – owned by The Restaurant Group (TRG), but that brand put the chain of pubs into administration along with the Chiquito chain of restaurants in late March.
A spokesperson for RSM said: “The joint administrators are in advanced discussions with a party in respect of a sale of the company’s interest in the Queen’s Arms, with the operator intending to re-open as a public house as soon as conditions permit.”
It had only bought the 11 Food and Fuel pubs in August 2018 for £15m. Others in the stable include the Queens Head in Holborn.
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