Burnley people come up with raft of names for new wine bar that will boost town centre nightlife
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Several names have been suggested for the old central Post Office in Hargreaves Street, which will re-open its doors as a wine bar and functions and music venue next month.
While the ownership of the building remains the same a new manager will be taking over the bar.
The new venture, due to open on August 1st, has caught the attention of the public who were invited to submit their ideas and suggestions for what the venue should be called.
The grade two listed Edwardian building underwent a £770k. renovation in 2018 to transform it into Carnivoro, a Brazilian restaurant, which closed its doors last year.
Lockdown has hit the hospitality industry hard so the announcement is positive news for Burnley to help get the town back on its feet.
The new manager said: "We are aiming to cater for those people who would not normally consider Burnley for a night out.
"This will be a place to relax and have a drink with friends and family in absolutely stunning surroundings.
"We want to create a cosmopolitan atmosphere with the vibe of a city centre venue and it can be done here."