Bruccianis applies to serve alcohol at Fishergate cafe

Posted on - 26th May, 2015 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Food & Drink, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Restaurants in Preston
The distinctive window of Bruccianis Pic: Tony Worrall

The distinctive window of Bruccianis Pic: Tony Worrall

Preston cafe and institution Bruccianis has applied to serve alcohol.


Its owners have applied to be allowed to serve alcohol from 11am to 9pm Mondays to Saturdays and from 12noon to 7pm on Sundays.

The cafe, open since 1932, would also open later to match the new serving times. It currently opens until 5.30pm during the week and 4pm on Sundays.

The coffee shop was rocked in late March when the Lancashire Evening Post published the latest food hygiene ratings – where the cafe scored zero out of five.

Chris Hoole, who runs the Fishergate cafe, said they had appealed the score from Preston City Council’s health inspectors.

Anyone wishing to comment on Bruccianis application to serve alcohol can do so via the city council website by Tuesday 9 June.

Do you visit Bruccianis? What do you think about the application to serve alcohol? Let us know in the comments below

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