An Italian café-bar will open a second room

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Bar Unico opens the doors of its second café in Horncastle on Tuesday 26 October.

Owner Giovanni Carchedi, who set up the first bar in Lincoln’s St Benedict’s Square eight years ago, has invested in a second location on the site of the former School House Coffee Bar in Church Lane.

Customers were disappointed in February when the former owner announced it would not reopen due to the impact of the pandemic. But now Carchedi is breathing new life into the historic building that once housed the city’s high school.

Bar Unico is known for providing a true Italian cafe bar experience and serves homemade al taglio pizzas, fresh pastries, appetizers, focaccias and homemade cakes, all freshly made to take away or eat in.

It also serves real Italian ice cream (ice cream), selected beers, wines, spirits and Italian cocktails.

Carchedi said: “Opening a second Bar Unico has always been a dream of mine and I am delighted that after months of hard work we are finally ready to welcome new and existing Bar Unico customers to our stunning new premises in Horncastle.

“We have invested heavily in renovating the building, which dates back to 1778, into a stylish and welcoming café-bar for people of all ages. The goal is to recreate the family and inclusive atmosphere of Bar Lincoln where we have built a loyal and diverse clientele.

“I am privileged to say that many of our clients are now my friends and I am extremely grateful for their support over the years, in good times and in bad times. I hope to see a lot of them at Horncastle’s new premises and look forward to introducing the Bar Unico brand to many new customers.

Serving the same authentic Italian menu as the Lincoln site, the new café bar will also offer a wide range of daily specials, hot and cold drinks and spirits.

Although opening hours are initially Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Carchedi plans to open as a restaurant in the evenings for specialty evenings and private events.

In addition to renovating the interior of the building, Gio recruited six new employees to join its existing Lincoln-based team.

Bar Unico opens the doors of its second café in Horncastle on Tuesday 26 October.

Owner Giovanni Carchedi, who set up the first bar in Lincoln’s St Benedict’s Square eight years ago, has invested in a second vemue on the site of the former School House Coffee Bar in Church Lane.

Customers were disappointed in February when the former owner announced it would not reopen due to the impact of the pandemic. But now Carchedi is breathing new life into the historic building that once housed the city’s high school.

Bar Unico is known for providing a true Italian cafe bar experience and serves homemade al taglio pizzas, fresh pastries, appetizers, focaccias and homemade cakes, all freshly made to take away or eat in.

It also serves real Italian ice cream (ice cream), selected beers, wines, spirits and Italian cocktails.

Carchedi said: “Opening a second Bar Unico has always been a dream of mine and I am delighted that after months of hard work we are finally ready to welcome new and existing Bar Unico customers to our stunning new premises in Horncastle.

“We have invested heavily in renovating the building, which dates back to 1778, into a stylish and welcoming café-bar for people of all ages. The goal is to recreate the family and inclusive atmosphere of Bar Lincoln where we have built a loyal and diverse clientele.

“I am privileged to say that many of our clients are now my friends and I am extremely grateful for their support over the years, in good times and in bad times. I hope to see a lot of them at Horncastle’s new premises and look forward to introducing the Bar Unico brand to many new customers.

Serving the same authentic Italian menu as the Lincoln site, the new café bar will also offer a wide range of daily specials, hot and cold drinks and spirits.

Although opening hours are initially Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Carchedi plans to open as a restaurant in the evenings for specialty evenings and private events.

In addition to renovating the interior of the building, Gio recruited six new employees to join its existing Lincoln-based team.


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