Two new restaurants in Preston you simply have to try out.
Preston is a prosperous and growing city. Constantly improving, changing and these two amazing resturants are just the latest part of the success story.
Located on St Wilfird’s Street, Preston Fino Tapas is a modern Spanish tapas restaurant. Open for lunch and evening meals. Serving the best in locally sourced ingredients Fino Tapas is a place to relax, enjoy a good coffee and a lite lunch or an intimate meal with friends and family with a good bottle of red.
Mark O’Rourke the owner of Fino Tapas is no stranger to the food industry, he also owns We Don’t Give A Fork. An equally amazing gourmet burger bar located on Guildhall Street. His experience shows in the feedback and reviews Fino Tapas has received from the first day of opening.
The Really good news?
Fino Tapas is just around the corner from No.10 Preston. In fact, we timed it and it’s a forty-eight second walk away from No.10 Preston! This is very good news if you enjoy red wine as much as we do.
Located on Fishergate, Bistrot Pierre is the newest restaurant in Preston. Serving delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, Bistrot Pierre can cater to all of your needs. We would describe Bistrot Pierre as modern British-French cuisine. The atmosphere is relaxed, the setting in what used to be Fishergate Baptist church is stunning and the food is delicious. Just looking for drinks? Bistrot Pierre serves fine wines, soft drinks and freshly made cocktails.
The Really good news?
Bistot Pierre is located at the bottom of Theatre Street which is where No.10 Preston located. In fact, we timed it and it’s a twenty-three second stroll from us!
Preston is Changing..
There aren’t just two new restaurants in Preston you simply have to try out. There are so many new and exciting businesses opening weekly in Preston that it truly has never been a more exciting time to live, work and visit the city. As Preston evolves it appears to becoming a city of two halves. There is a growing nightlife presence in the City, for both bars and clubs but also at the newly renovated Guildhall Theatre. This exciting scene is growing at the Northern end of the city, on and around the Flag Market. Towards the South of the city a more mature, restaurant scene is growing around Theatre Street.
Why don’t you come and experience the new city of Preston for yourself?
Your room awaits..