Veeno says goodbye, for now

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Veeno The Italian Wine Bar

Veeno is a UK-based Italian wine bar chain

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Veeno stores across the UK have closed in light of the latest developments with COVID-19.

In order to tackle the spread of coronavirus, the prime minister has announced that restaurants are no longer able to serve customers, and everyone must stay at home. They are, however, still able to offer food delivery and takeaway services.

Veeno is grateful for all the support and kind words it has received from customers over the past few weeks. It is incredibly proud of its talented team of employees, both front and back of house, who have stayed strong during this difficult time. To show its appreciation, it plans on retaining them and celebrating together when the situation has settled.

There are a few things you can do to support Veeno during this period. Firstly, you can follow it on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

It’s also still possible to buy any of its wonderful wines online, and there are some great deals on offer too! The online shop gives nationwide delivery and there’s up to 50 percent off on selected products. And you can purchase one of its gift cards, which stays valid for nine months.

Don’t forget, it’s never too early to book your summer or Christmas party. Simply pop Veeno an email and it can arrange it all. As your local Veeno will be closed, you should contact You can also keep on top of any updates by reading its newsletter.

We aren’t able to say when restaurants will be able to open for sit-down customers again, but Veeno thanks its customers for their ongoing support and wishes everyone good health. It’s a tough time for the hospitality industry, but Veeno is confident that with the support of its loyal customers and dedicated team, it’ll be back even stronger and ready to party.

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