POPULAR sandwich chain Piece is to reopen one of their Glasgow city centre shops this week.

The Miller Street branch will reopen this Thursday after a period of closure due to lockdown restrictions.

The city sandwich favourites confirmed the news to the Glasgow Times.

Currently, their Finneston Argyle Street branch is the only store that is open.

Details surrounding the reopening of the West Regent Street and Waterloo Street branches are to be confirmed at a later stage

The Glasgow Times, however, understands that the Waterloo Street premises is undergoing refurbishment works. 

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Glasgow Times:

We reported last year that the independent chain was hopeful for all 50 staff to return to work after a period on furlough. 

Last summer, Piece was preparing to reopen after the first lockdown. Director John Moore previously said that he felt it was like launching a new business. 

Mr Moore previously said: "I have started to feel the excitement like before we open a new shop. It’s like staring anew.

“We are Piece, established 2008 re-established 2020.”