Piste Wine Bar & Restaurant
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  • March19th

    We recently featured in a the Cheshire Life magazine.

    You can read the article online here…
    Or download it… CheshireLifePisteReview





  • August10th

    We were recently visited by Di Fitch of the Live Cheshire Magazine, find out what she had to say here…

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  • February26th

    We’ve just been awarded Highest Quality Assured by British Quality in Tourism! Visit…


    to see what we were judged on.

  • September13th

    The following article was featured in the Chester Chronicle. You can also view it here.

    Ski-themed wine bar and restaurant opens in Tarporley

    IT’S a family affair at the new ski-themed wine bar and restaurant in Tarporley.

    James Hughes, 25, and his brother-in-law Paul Bebe, 31, have pooled their talents and opened up a restaurant on the village High Street.

    James admits that the name for the venue, Piste, started off as a bit of joke but after much consideration they decided to go with it.

    “We decided we wanted a rustic friendly feel to the restaurant, and so have gone for ski chalet-style inside because they always feel warm and friendly.”

    When James was younger he had no intention of running a restaurant and went to university to study law.

    “I soon realised law wasn’t really for me and that I much preferred working in the bars and restaurants, the money from which I had used to fund my studies.”

    James worked his way up and realised he had a talent for running ‘front of house’ while Paul has been a chef for 16 years and had always dreamt of having his own restaurant.

    “We had been looking for just the right place to open up our restaurant . So we were thrilled when we found this space in Tarporley.”

    James said he hopes people will enjoy the friendly atmosphere and the modern European-style food they have to offer.

    by Naomi Dunning, Chester Chronicle