Throughout the month of December, the Old Hall Street eatery will be offering its guests the chance to relax and unwind with a suitably festive cocktail in hand.
Renowned throughout Liverpool for its authentic Italian cuisine, Trattoria 51 has recently unveiled its new bar area, with menus including a consortium of both classic and contemporary cocktail offerings.
General Manager and Co-Owner of Trattoria 51 Toni Karemanaj: “Year after year, we like to go all out for the Christmas period and our festive cocktail offerings are ever-popular. By combining festive flavours with a classic Italian favourite – Prosecco of course – we hope that those joining us for dinner or just drinks will enjoy the true taste of Christmas at Trattoria 51.
“Our trio of cocktail offerings are ideal to be enjoyed amongst friends, families and couples who may have spent their day busily Christmas shopping, and are also a firm favourite for corporate occasions and office yuletide parties throughout the month of December.”
Showcasing Verde Kiwi Rossini, Bianco Lemon Rossini and Rosso Strawberry Rossini, the fizz-based drinks collection can be enjoyed alone or aptly paired with the venue’s festive lunch and dinner menus, including a colourful trio of party menus ideal for group bookings. For those looking to spend Christmas Day in style, the eatery will once again open its doors on December 25 as part of its 51 Special menu.
Toni added: “We have created some utterly delicious menus, devised with a family feast in mind and we look forward to greeting guests with a warm Italian welcome. With the addition of our signature cocktails, we are sure that the drinks will be flowing throughout the night, whatever the occasion!”
Festive cocktails are priced at £6.95 and are available throughout December.
For more information about Trattoria 51 visit www.trattoria51.com or call 0151 236 4739.
"Year after year, we like to go all out for the Christmas period and our festive cocktail offerings are ever-popular. "
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