Italian wine café to open on Station Parade in Harrogate

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Following launches in Manchester, , , Liverpool, Nottingham and most recently in Bristol, Veeno will open on Station Parade, .

The Italian Wine Café is set to open its seventh store in the town, creating up to 15 new jobs.

The chain first opened in Manchester during 2013, creating a place to enjoy wines and authentic Spuntini ‐ mainly platters of meats and cheeses imported from Italian producers.

Veeno’s wines come from the family vineyard in Sicily where Nino’s great‐grandfather Antonio planted the first vines in the 19th century.

Nino Caruso, co-founder of Veeno, said:

We’re very excited to be bringing our third cafe to Yorkshire, we regularly see customers visiting us from in and , and when a unit came to our attention at the Everyman Cinema development in Station Parade we jumped at the chance to take it!

Veeno will open its doors on Thursday 2 June 2016


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