Charity shop re-opens as
THE former Hope House charity shop on The Square, No 44
which closed in 2010, re-opened
as an Italian trattoria (pictured).
I understand that Enzo Trattoria
is open during the day and closes early evening, giving "an
alternative for those people who may want a casual drink after they
finish a hard day at work".
James Skade of Enzo told me in
an e-mail: "Enzo is somewhere between a
coffee shop and a formal restaurant. We chose to categorise Enzo as a trattoria because we offer a casual experience but it is our modern take
on this type of establishment.
"We have done our best, with
the help of Morton Construction, to really show off the traditional
beauty of the building and we just hope that the residents of Nantwich
like what we have done with the place."
As well as a place for coffee
and food, customers can check their e-mails.
THANKS for that James. By the way, James is
a local man, born in Crewe. He lived in Nantwich for a few years before
moving back to his home town. He co-owns Giovanni's
Italian Restaurant in Nantwich Road, Crewe.
IN an earlier version of this item, I mistakenly linked the trattoria to a similarly-named business
in the UK. My
apologies to both companies - and my thanks to fellow Nantwich website owner, Bill Pearson, for
pointing out my error.
OH, I should say James' e-mail began: "I'd
first like to commend you on a great website . . ."
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