Belfast Telegraph

Belfast restaurant's fittings sold after closure

By Staff Reporter

Auctioneers in Co Londonderry have said they achieved a "substantial hammer total" at a sale to dispose of fittings following the closure of a Belfast restaurant.

Dog Track on the city's Ormeau Avenue shut down last month after less than a year in business.

Mid Ulster Auctions in Magherafelt said an auction earlier this month to sell off furniture and other fittings was attended by restaurant owners from Northern Ireland and the Republic.

A spokesman for Mid Ulster Auctions said "soaring bids" had been achieved.

Noel Lennon, managing director of Mid Ulster Auctions said: "We are delighted to report we achieved a substantial hammer total.

"The excellent condition and freshness of the assets attracted restaurant owners throughout Ireland, willing to pay above recommended retail price to secure their purchase."

Belfast Telegraph

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