Another casualty of the fragile economy in Preston

Posted on - 20th September, 2012 - 7:58pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Food & Drink, Preston News, Restaurants in Preston


Adding to the list of failed businesses in Preston is the well regarded but ultimately unsuccessful restaurant The Steakout.

Located on Cannon Street, one of the ‘hidden gems’ of the city The Steakout boasted the finest Steaks in the North West plus an excellent menu that featured Cuban Beef, Greek Kota Burgers, Soft Shell Crab amongst other exquisite dishes. It was something novel and exciting for Preston’s jaded pallets.

Sadly, no longer inviting customers. The ‘To Let’ signs are up even though fully laid tables can be seen through the windows.

A sad loss, and what’s even sader, it maybe not the last one in this street of lovely little independents. The only way these places will keep trading is if  we spend our money there. So if you have not had a look down Cannon Street yet, go and visit tomorrow, or this weekend. you may be pleasantly surprised.

The closure was sudden the street ad board was still advertsing the lunchtime menu

Photos; Tony Worrall

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