Carluccio’s gets green light in Aberdeen

UK chain Carluccio’s is to open in Aberdeen’s Union Square in the summer after being granted a licence. The new restaurant of the upper floor of the shopping centre, will create 35 jobs, and will be the second Scottish restaurant for the group. The first opened in Glasgow in 2011. The new Aberdeen Carluccio’s will also feature a deli and shop. The group was originally founded by Antonio Carluccio of Two Greedy Italians fame. Simon Kossoff, chief executive of Carluccio’s which boasts 70 venues throughout the UK, comments, “We have been keen to open in Aberdeen for a number of years now and are delighted to have finally found the right site for us in bustling Union Square.”

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