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Litherland businessmen have transformed the former NatWest on Sefton Road into Piccolia Italia



Three businessmen called Tony Chambers, Lee Morely and Tom Williams from Litherland have transformed the former NatWest into Piccolia Italia. NatWest's former vault at the back of the building has now changed into a cold room which is where food will be kept. Piccolia Italia has also created twenty new jobs.

The men said that they dreamed of opening their own Italian restaurant after visiting New York. The restaurant has an American approach to customer service. The staff including the chefs will get to know the customer.

Tony Chambers, Lee Morely and Tom Williams bought the building after NatWest closed and have since invested hundreds of thousands of pounds on the new venture.

Piccolia Italia which is on Sefton Road, Litherland will open on Friday 18th November.

 

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