Town centre premises fit the bill

The Stamford home of the former Prezzo restaurant has gone on the market.

Friday, 8th June 2018, 11:50 am
Updated Tuesday, 19th June 2018, 4:33 pm
The former Prezzo in Stamford
The former Prezzo in Stamford

The restaurant chain closed the town centre venue in April as part of its efforts to alleviate a troublesome financial position.

More than 90 restaurants closed in all, including Prezzo-owned Tex-Mex restaurant Chimichanga in Peterborough.

Barker Storey Matthews, which is handling the marketing of the building in All Saints Place, say it would suit someone seeking fully fitted premises in a high profile location in a bustling market town.

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It is an an area where a number of independent food and beverage operators trade successfully, as well as where the town’s landmark Crown Hotel is located.

A new lease is being offered, but Barker Storey Matthews says its client may consider sale of the freehold.

The property is being offered as a fully fitted restaurant, including a fully fitted kitchen with a large stock of equipment. The kitchen and main restaurant area are on the ground floor and there is a further seated restaurant and bar area and a roof terrace on the first floor.