All posts tagged "restaurants"

  • Prescot Ambassadors Scoop Judge’s Choice at Business Awards

    A group of Prescot town centre businesses were hailed ‘Judge’s Choice’ at an awards ceremony earlier this month. Restaurateurs, bakers, florists and artists were among those named Prescot Ambassadors, championed at the Knowsley Business Awards for their...

    • Posted November 28, 2018
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  • Eateries in Prescot: What’s Opening When & Where

    A plethora of bars, cafes and restaurants is preparing to open in Prescot in the next few months, but who, when and where? Here’s your guide to the new places opening up in the town centre in...

    • Posted September 13, 2018
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  • Bakery Becomes Second Prescot Eatery to Smash Crowdfunding Target

    A Prescot bakery has raised £30,000 in one month to open its next premises in the town centre. The Albion Bakehouse set a target of £30k to raise through a crowdfunding campaign, where members of the public...

    • Posted August 3, 2018
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  • Chef Has 24 Hours to Raise £50k for Prescot Restaurant

    A successful chef and entrepreneur is giving himself 24 hours to raise the £50.000 he still...

    • Posted May 30, 2018
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  • Decks Restaurant Opens in Prescot

    A family restaurant chain serving British classics has opened a new eatery in Prescot. Manager Dave Morris, of St Helens, says the new Decks Prescot Tesco Extra “celebrates the best of British cooking and embodies the simplicity, warmth...

    • Posted February 27, 2015
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  • Pubs with Beer Gardens in Prescot, Whiston & Rainhill

    On these hot, lazy summer days there’s nothing nicer than sitting out in the sunshine, sipping a cold beer or a glass of wine. Prescot Online asked readers to recommend pubs in Prescot, Whiston and Rainhill that...

    • Posted July 7, 2013
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  • Poco Coffee Shop Opens in Eccleston Street, Prescot

    The new Poco Coffee is now open for business in Prescot town centre. The coffee shop, which opened its first branch in Newton-le-Willows last year, is located in Eccleston Street’s most notable shopfront, the Tudor Building once...

    • Posted April 29, 2013
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  • Review: Tii House, Prescot

    The usually quiet but charming Church Street, with its cobbles, quaint houses and sandstone church, came alive last Saturday for the Elizabethan Fayre. It’s always a joy to see that part of Prescot so full of people,...

    • Posted May 10, 2012
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