Franco Manca secures site in London’s Blackheath Village

It currently has 55 restaurants situated across the UK.

Sourdough Neapolitan pizza brand Franco Manca has secured a new site in London’s Blackheath Village, opening in late October.
The new 2,500 sq ft restaurant – seating 70 inside and 30 on a terrace – will be on Tranquil Vale, located just a short distance from both Blackheath Station and London’s Greenwich Park. 
Franco Manca, which launched in 2008 in Brixton Market, boasts a diverse menu that includes meat, vegetarian, and vegan options. It currently has 55 restaurants situated across the UK.

UK leisure and property agency Shelley Sandzer acted for Franco Manca.

Sharon Cawthorn, property director of Franco Manca, said: “With its a scenic hub of restaurants and café-culture, Blackheath is the perfect location for Franco Manca.  Shelley Sandzer has been brilliant in understanding our brand and what we need in a location, and their advice and support has played a key role in our growth.”

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