Trattoria 51 is serving up free pizzas throughout the month of October in celebration of National Pizza Month.

The Italian eatery will be dishing out free pizzas to a number of lucky people outside its restaurant on Old Hall Street every Friday throughout the month from 12pm starting on October 5.

General Manager and Co-Owner of Trattoria 51 Toni Karemanaj said: “As Italians, we love pizza and National Pizza Month is the perfect excuse for us to share that love with our neighbours and visitors alike. Our creative kitchen team has devised perfectly-portioned versions of our most popular pizza varieties such the infamous Pizza 51 which includes delicious toppings such as Baby Mozzarella, Speck Ham, Cherry Tomatoes, Rocket and Parmesan Shavings.

“As an exclusive once-a-week lunchtime treat, our friendly staff will be out and about giving away our individual-sized takeaway pizzas on Old Hall Street and the best part is, there is no purchase necessary – simply turn up for a chance to get your hands on one of our authentic Italian culinary creations. Whether you are visiting the city or are working close by, come and get a ‘pizza the action’ and start your Friday celebrations with Trattoria 51.”

Trattoria 51’s selection of pizzas includes the Pescatora (Prawns, Mussels, Tuna, Anchovies, Calamari, Cherry Tomatoes, Parsley and Lemon Zest), 4 Stagioni (Ham, Mushroom, Pepperoni and Artichokes) and Chorizo & Zola (Chorizo Sausage & Gorgonzola Cheese) to name a few.

Toni added: “We really value our city centre community and this is a great way to give something back to everyone who has supported us over the years. We’re also excited to introduce our food to some new faces who we hope will become regular customers.

“Due to the popularity of our dishes and the growing demand for food on the go, we are set to make takeaway pizzas a more permanent edition to our offering by introducing a collection service in the near future – watch this space!”

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