Bars, pubs and restaurants definitely open this weekend in Preston
Written by Skywave Radio News on July 3, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect of life for the past four months.
Not least the hospitality industry, which has seen an almost total halt in activity since March.
Restaurants and bars have been able to continue trading as takeaway only – until now.
On Saturday, July 4, a whole host of bars, pubs and restaurants will reopen their doors to customers in Preston.
LancsLive has put together a list of those businesses in Preston known to be opening their doors on Saturday, and those who are not.
It is not an exhaustive list but covers the majority of bars, pubs and restaurants who have declared their opening dates. You can email us on email@example.com to add your business to the list.
Bars and pubs
- The Continental – S Meadow Lane
- The Plungington Hotel – Lytham Road
- The Black Horse – Gregson Lane
- Baluga Bar and Club – Miller Arcade
- Lonely People Cocktail Bar – Winckley Street
- Winckey Street Ale House – Winckley Street
- 1842 Restaurant and Bar – Lune Street
- The Anderton Arms – Longsands Lane
- The Steak House – New Hall Lane
- The Stanley Arms – Lancaster Road
- Glovers Bar – Glovers Court
- The Adelphi – Fylde Road
Nostalgia – Fylde Road
- Stratos – Avenham Street
- Yates’ – Church Street
- Old Vic at the Station – Fishergate
- Wings and Beer Co – Cannon Street
- The Angel – Lune Street
- The Cafe Bar – Winckley Street
- The Wellington Inn – Glovers Court
- Ribchester Arms – Blackburn Road
- The Guild – July 6
- Bull and Royal – Church Street – July 6
- Forum – Winckley Street – July 20
A number of places have indicated that they wish to open but they are not yet ready to do so.
These include: Hogarths, PLAU, The Roper Hall, Plug and Taps, The Orchard craft beer bar, The Northern Way, The Golden Cross, Review, Winedown ,The Bears Paw
- The Silk Route – West Strand
- East Z East – Church Street
- Theatre Street Bar and Grill
- Turtle Bay – Birley Street
- Ravenous – Cannon Street
- Olive Tree Brasserie – Miller Arcade
- KimJi Korean – Winckley Street
- Rise – Miller Arcade
- Tinos – Hill Street
A number of restaurants have either indicated that there is no date set yet, or have said that they wish to open but not immediately.
These include: Angelo’s, Totto’s, 263, and Fine Tapas.
Coco’s Soul Food and Manjaros are continuing with their takeout service.