The future of dozens of Glasgow jobs have been put at risk after a restaurant chain fell into administration. 

It comes after the bosses of the Grill on the Corner chain - located on Bothwell Street - said they had been left with "no choice" but to call in administrators from Duff & Phelps.

Speaking with Business Sale Report, managing director of the business Scott Grimbleby said administrators would now be seeking to find a new buyer.

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Mr Grimbleby said: "We have explored every avenue possible to try to save the business, however we have been left with no choice but to take this incredibly difficult decision now.

"We are working with all our teams to try and support them as best we can through this time.

"The administrators will be seeking to find a buyer for the businesses."

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Blackhouse also own chains in Leeds and Manchester.

The Grill on the Corner celebrated 12 years in Glasgow last year.

A post-tax loss of £1.3 million in 2018 led to the closure of two Manchester restaurants. 

The Glasgow Times has approached Living Ventures for comment.