Despite the majority of bars and restaurants in Coventry city centre reopening following the easing of Covid-19 lockdown restrictions the doors remain closed at one popular eatery.
MOD Pizza in the Cathedral Lanes development closed in March and has yet to reopen.
The restaurant remains closed, displaying a large poster in the window which says: “Covid-19 update – We are temporarily closed.”
The poster adds: “We are taking steps to protect our squad and the communities we serve.
“We hope to be back open serving proper pizza as soon as we can.”
It sighs off by saying: “Stay safe, MOD x.”
MOD Pizza had only been open in Coventry for a year before the Covid-19 lockdown came into effect in March this year.
It had proved a popular addition to the Cathedral Lanes development, which has become Coventry city centre’s go-to food quarter.
MOD Pizza is a company that started out in the United States and is growing in the United Kingdom.
It has other UK restaurants in Leicester, Nottingham, Leeds, London, Gateshead, Romford and Watford and all remain closed at present.
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It aims to offer a super-fast pizza experience where people can choose from an array of pizzas.
However it also allows customers to walk along a line to make their own pizza and choose their own toppings before waiting for them to be cooked in the restaurant’s pizza oven in a matter of minutes.
MOD Pizza also offers classic shakes in a variety of flavours as well as bottles of prosecco and beer.
MOD Pizza has been contacted for comment on the continued closure of its Cathedral Lanes restaurant.