Despite receiving huge support at its Elvet Bridge location, Tango Durham has announced it will be moving its food, cocktails and beer offerings to Saddler Street.
The venue known for its experimental burgers, delicious cocktails and puddings has promised a lot of the same and some new things as it moves into its new home on Saddler Street.
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For customers who can’t wait for the new building to open, guests can book into the Elvet Bridge restaurant until October 22nd. The new venue will then open at the end of October.
Tango posted on its website and social media: “It’s official, Tango is currently in the process of relocating buildings to 39 Saddler Street.”
“We will continue to serve the same quality burgers that Durham has come to know and love, along with a range of exciting new dishes.”
“The Tango team is looking forward to your visit! Keep an eye out for sneak peeks and a final opening date.”
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Tango is already well known and loved in the Durham dining scene, with the restaurant receiving a 4.5 star rating from 895 reviewers.
The signage at 39 Saddler Street is already in place, and people walking up the street see the prominent orange and black signs that say “Opening Soon.”
Tango also offers takeout service for its menu, which includes stuffed fries, burgers, sides and nachos.