Preston Italian restaurant Angelo's reopens 19 months after fire

Angelo's Italian restaurant in Preston has reopened 19 months after it suffered a serious fire.

Wednesday, 17th November 2021, 7:16 pm

The popular ristorante and pizzeria in Avenham Street quietly reopened on Tuesday (November 16) ahead of the busy Christmas season.

The city centre restaurant, just off Church Street, has been renovated after an electrical fire caused severe smoke damage in March 2020.

Renovations have been completed on its dining areas and a new, state of the art open kitchen has been installed.

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Angelo's Italian restaurant in Avenham Street, Preston has reopened 19 months after it closed following a serious fire in March 2020.

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The restaurant's eye-catching neon sign was glowing again yesterday evening as staff welcomed back its first customers in 19 months.

Angelo's is part of the San Marco Group of Italian eateries in the Preston area, which includes Trattoria San Marco in Much Hoole, The Italian Orchard in Broughton and Pinocchio's in Walton-le-Dale.

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Angelo's reopened on Tuesday (November 16), 19 months after it suffered extensive smoke damage in a fire in March 2020. Pic: Angelo's

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The dining areas have been renovated and a new, state of the art open kitchen has been installed as Angelo's welcomes back customers 19 months after it closed due to a fire. Pic: Angelo's
The eye-catching, neon-lit wine rack will be a welcome sight for diners returning to the restaurant after it reopened on Tuesday (November 16). Pic: Angelo's