Cassinellis Restaurtant

Started by: kameras (444) 

Not being home for 27 years to date, I wonder if the Cassinelli's restaurant in Standish is still open? And what was the other large restaurant just opposite to it? Been bugging me as that was the last place my Mum Dad and my sister ate at before coming to New Zealand.

Started: 19th Nov 2015 at 03:46

Posted by: dodger (3414)

Cassinellis is now the Britannia Hotel, I remember the one across the road as Henry Africas, but don't know what it was before.

Replied: 19th Nov 2015 at 12:12

Posted by: cindy (5834) 

dodger It was The Black Horse Restaurant & Pub, A Greenalls House, Before that it was A Magees House Which was pulled down & Rebuilt as The Black Horse Restaurant & Pub, Which as You say Became Henry Africas.

Replied: 19th Nov 2015 at 13:42

Posted by: gaffer (6372) 

Caesar and Angela ran the restaurant in the Black Horse.
They went on to start up Prescott's Farm restaurant in Dalton.

Replied: 19th Nov 2015 at 16:05

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4618) 

dodger your right ,

Replied: 19th Nov 2015 at 16:15

Posted by: evelyn (421)

Isn't the Henry Africa one now called " The Charnley Arms"?

Replied: 24th Nov 2015 at 00:28

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4618) 

Evelyn you might be right I think it reverted back to its original name.

Replied: 25th Nov 2015 at 08:24

Posted by: cindy (5834) 

If You look on photos, click album, then type Black Horse,search scroll down & You will be able to see picture of the Black Horse.

Replied: 25th Nov 2015 at 16:43

Posted by: graneyjoseph (4618) 

thanks cindy I only went in when it was henry africas,

Replied: 25th Nov 2015 at 18:08

Posted by: dodger (3414)

The pub which was the Black Horse/Henry Africas is now the Charnley Arms, Evelyn.

Replied: 25th Nov 2015 at 18:49

Posted by: evelyn (421)

Thank you dodger. I believe named after John Charnley who invented the replacement hip at Wrightington Hospital.

Replied: 27th Nov 2015 at 00:12


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