Slice of Sicily owners to open new cafe and bistro in Fulwood

Posted on - 8th May, 2013 - 9:00am | Author - | Posted in - Food & Drink, Preston News, Restaurants in Preston
Inside the deli at Slice of Sicily in Penwortham

Inside the deli at Slice of Sicily in Penwortham

The owners of a popular Penwortham Italian restaurants are looking to open a new venture in Fulwood.


Ettore Criscenti, the owner of Slice of Sicily on Priory Lane, has applied for permission to open a new cafe and bistro on Garstang Road.

The former shop just beyond the Black Bull pub will be the Fulwood version of the Penwortham eatery.

In application forms to the city council he writes: “It will be a cafe by day and a bistro by night with Italian delicatessen and pizzeria.

“We will sell panini, pizzas, pasta, home made seli products and wines.”

The site was previously a wine and delicatessen shop but closed down at the end of January.

The plans are available to view on the council website, and anyone wishing to comment should email quoting reference number 06/2013/0259 by Thursday 30 May 2013.

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