New Leeds base for Scottish pizza specialist with first English site
A Scottish pizza specialist has announced that it has selected Leeds for the location of its first English site.
Mozza, which has six sites across Scotland, will be opening at White Rose, part of the Landsec retail portfolio, this summer.
The 2,273 sq ft restaurant will be on the upper level of White Rose, alongside local and regional operators such as Five Guys and Wagamama.
The new site is the first step in the company’s countrywide expansion plans.
Giuseppe Marini, owner of Mozza, commented: “It’s extremely exciting to be opening up our first site in England, highlighting the strength of Mozza as a brand.
“We’re thrilled to soon open our doors and welcome locals and visitors alike.”
Adam Sawyer, portfolio manager at Landsec, said: “Mozza is a fantastic brand with a great reputation in Scotland, and we are delighted the team has selected White Rose for its first restaurant in England.
“Mozza’s arrival is testament to White Rose’s popularity in the region among operators and consumers.
“While White Rose has an extensive retail offer, there is so much more in the destination to explore, as Mozza highlights.”
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