Liverpool-headquartered restaurant chain closes branch just 14 months after £1.2m launch
Liverpool-headquartered Viva Brazil has closed its Birmingham restaurant just five months after it had stayed alive through the group's administration.
The restaurant group has struggled in recent years and the Birmingham site has become its third consecutive failure.
Its restaurant in Aberdeen closed in January 2015 after seven months and its Newcastle site was open for 14 months before it shut in September 2016.
The group collapsed into administration in February before it was bought back by its founder Andy Aldrich.
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