Brucciani’s in Preston City Centre has reopened after being closed throughout the pandemic.Advertisement
They were supposed to open 21 June but due to the Covid roadmap being pushed back they opened Monday 19 July.
Throughout their time that they have been closed they have renovated a lot of the restaurant.
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They took to Facebook to say that they cleaning, painting, polishing and making the changes that were needed, and they have managed to bring some of the original brass back to its former glory.
A spokesperson from Brucciani’s said: “It has certainly been a very long 16 months for us, but we are all just so happy that we have finally been able to open our doors to all our loyal customers, many who couldn’t wait for a visit.
“Some of the staff have been in for a few months now, cleaning, polishing, updating the menu etc and the workmen have given the whole shop a fresh coat of paint, and we think we have made an excellent job. We look forward to seeing more faces old and new.”
They also asked people on Facebook to stop sharing negative comments about their business.
Their post said: “However it really makes us mad that some people find it necessary to share negative comments about the business on social media, we as a team are aiming to improve the business after what has been the worst 16 months for us all. Onwards and upwards!!!”
They are now open 8am-5pm.
Brucciani’s has been open since 1932.
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