A Lincoln restaurant has closed down after nearly two years of trading.
Tito’s Restaurant and Grill, located opposite The Lawn in uphill Lincoln, was opened in November 2014 by Amador Abruneiras, owner of popular Lincoln restaurant Ole Ole.
It is currently unknown why the restaurant has closed.
However, an answer machine message on the restaurant’s phone says: “Unfortunately the restaurant is now closed down. We won’t be trading anymore. Sorry for any inconvenience.”
Named after Amador’s father, who had passed away around the time of opening, Tito’s employed eight staff and provided diners with a choice of meats, fish, pasta and speciality dish chateaubriand steak.
Ole Ole, Amador’s primary restaurant, remains open for business.