A popular restaurant in Durham has confirmed that it will move locations after seeing an overwhelming amount of support at its existing venue in the city.
Despite finding a large amount of support at its Elvet Bridge location, Tango Durham has revealed that it will be moving its food, cocktail, and beer offerings to Saddler Street.
Known for its experimental burgers, delicious cocktails and puddings, the venue has promised much of the same and some new additions when it moves into its new Saddler Street home.
For customers who can't wait for the new building to open, diners can book at the Elvet Bridge restaurant until October 22, and then the new venue will open in 'late October'.
Posting on its website and social media, Tango said: "It’s official, Tango is currently in the process of moving buildings to 39 Saddler Street.
"We will still be serving the same quality burgers Durham has come to know and love; alongside an array of exciting new dishes.
"The Tango Team look forward to welcoming you! Keep an eye out for sneak peeks and a final opening date."
Tango is already well-known and well-liked in the Durham food scene, with the restaurant earning a 4.5-star review rating from 895 reviewers.
Already, signage has gone up on 39 Saddler Street, with people walking up the street seeing the striking orange and black 'opening soon' signs.
Tango also offers a takeaway service for its menu, which includes loaded fries, burgers, sides, and nachos.