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Byron to open 17 restaurants for outdoor dining on April 12 – and some will have outdoor Brooklyn beer bars

Byron to open 17 restaurants for outdoor dining on April 12 – and some will have outdoor Brooklyn beer bars

BYRON has revealed a full list of restaurants reopening for outdoor dining on April 12 - and some will have outdoor Brooklyn beer bars.Burger fans acr

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BYRON has revealed a full list of restaurants reopening for outdoor dining on April 12 – and some will have outdoor Brooklyn beer bars.

Burger fans across the country will be able to visit one of 17 chains reopening in mid-April – but you can’t sit inside to eat your meal.

Byron fans will be able to sit outside to enjoy their meal from April 12 at 17 locations

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Byron fans will be able to sit outside to enjoy their meal from April 12 at 17 locations

Boris Johnson revealed yesterday that restaurants and pubs can serve customers outside from mid-April under his plans to ease Brits out of lockdown.

Customers will be able to sit inside to eat and drink from May 17.

You can see the full list below of Byron sites reopening.

Byron also confirmed to The Sun that it is planning to set up outdoor Brooklyn beer bars at some of the locations reopening too.

Which Byron restaurants are reopening on April 12?

BURGER fans can check out which Byron closest to them is reopening here.

Below is the full list of restaurants opening from April 12:

  • Bury St Edmunds: 19 Auction Street, Bury St Edmunds IP33 3FA
  • Cambridge: 12 Bridge St, Cambridge CB2 1UF
  • Chelmsford: Bond Street, Chelmsford CM1 1GD
  • Lothian Road (Edinburgh): 113-117 Lothian Road, Edinburgh EH3 9AN
  • Royal Mile (Edinburgh): 29-31 North Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1SF
  • Leeds: 9A Lands Lane, Leeds LS1 6AW
  • Liverpool: 43 Paradise Street, Liverpool One, Liverpool L1 3EU
  • Manchester: 1 Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester M1 1RG
  • Milton Keynes: 55-57 Silbury Arcade, thecentre:mk, Milton Keynes MK9 3AG
  • Norwich: Chapelfield Plain, Norwich, NR2 1SQ
  • Old Brompton Road: 93-95 Old Brompton Road, London SW7 3LD
  • Oxford: 33-35 George Street, Oxford
  • OX1 2AY
  • Salisbury: 55-57 New Canal, Old George Mall, Salisbury SP1 2AA
  • York: 11 High Ousegate, York YO1 8RZ
  • Waterloo: 41-45 The Cut, London SE1 8LF
  • Southampton: Westquay South, Southampton SO15 1QF
  • Ipswich: Buttermarket Centre, Ipswich IP1 1DT

The chain will work alongside Brooklyn Brewery to set these up so Brits can enjoy booze with their meal.

We don’t know which locations these outdoor bars will be in yet, but we will update you with more information as soon as we know more.

Opening hours for each restaurant will vary, but most are open from 12pm and close from 9pm to 10pm.

You can see the full list of Byron restaurants on the chain’s website, including those which won’t reopen on April 12.

You can book a table now through Bryon’s website – but you might want to act quick.

Byron in Oxford is one of 17 sites reopening in mid-April

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Byron in Oxford is one of 17 sites reopening in mid-AprilCredit: Rex Features

Byron said it has seen a “big pick up in bookings” since Boris revealed his roadmap yesterday.

The chain announced on social media last night it was taking bookings.

It posted a picture of Ross from Friends eating a snack with the caption: “Ready to eat in a real restaurant again? Bookings now open. Link in bio.”

Hundreds of fans liked the post and commented on the news.

Byron took to social media to announce it was taking bookings

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Byron took to social media to announce it was taking bookingsCredit: Instagram/@byronburgersuk

One said: “Will book soon love Byron in Norwich.”

Others were left disappointed that their local Byron wasn’t on the list to reopen in mid-April.

One commented: “Chelmsford is not on the list!!!! Why not??”

If you’re planning on taking a trip to your local pub or favourite restaurant on April 12, there will be some rules you’ll need to follow.

Like before, pubs and restaurants will have to offer table service and face masks must be worn by staff and customers when not sat at a table.

And you won’t be able to sit inside.

Pubs will also be allowed to offer takeaway pints, something which was banned during lockdown.

Plus, the Government has scrapped the hated 10pm curfew and punters won’t have to buy a “substantial meal” either when they order an alcoholic drink.

The Prime Minister also announced that Hairdressers will open from April 12 along with gyms.

Working from home measures will remain in place until at least June

A full list of businesses that must stay closed until April 12 was revealed today – with cinemas and bingo halls to stay closed until May 17

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This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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