The Old Hall Street eatery’s newest offering will allow youngsters to decorate their own festive pizzas in the style of their favourite Christmas characters.
Guaranteed to get the whole family in the seasonal spirit, Trattoria 51 will also be serving up a range of indulgent festive menus alongside a trio of Christmas cocktails.
General Manager and Co-Owner of Trattoria 51 Toni Karemanaj said: “Year on year, we like to put a seasonal twist on our culinary offerings. With the holiday season well underway and the city of Liverpool feeling festive, we wanted to create a family friendly offering that would allow children and parents alike to have a little fun with our classic Italian menu
“Our novel ‘Make Your Own Pizza’ allows kids to get creative and to decorate their very own pizza base with an assortment of ingredients including pepperoni, anchovies, peppers and tomatoes to name a few in the style of their favourite festive characters. From Santa to Snowman to Rudolph alike, we can’t wait to see the creations our customers come up with. Best of all, little chefs can sit back and enjoy their gourmet creation once they’ve finished decorating – some much-deserved peace and quiet for mums and dads!”
As part of Trattoria 51’s merriments, the restaurant will be serving up a selection of celebratory party menus ideal for group bookings and will once again open its doors on Christmas Day to provide a ‘big Italian family welcome’. It will also be offering a trio of aptly coloured Christmas cocktails comprising Verde Kiwi Rossini, Bianco Lemon Rossini and Rosso Strawberry Rossini.
Toni added: “To make sure that our Christmas offerings are fun for the whole family including, we have also put a seasonal spin on our signature Rossini cocktails to pay homage to the traditional yuletide colours – and the Italian flag of course.”
Trattoria 51’s ‘Make Your Own Pizza’ is available as part of the Bambinos menu, which is priced at £6.95 and includes a gelato and a soft drink.
For more information or bookings visit www.trattoria51.com or call 0151 236 4739.
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