Things are going very well – and today we open up two new restaurants. Let’s go west first.
Frankie’s Pizza opens in Aarhus at Mejlgade 45, where a rustic and funky restaurant is ready to host you. We serve top delicious and crispy pizzas and if you’re thinking about going all in we have Frankie’s Feast for you. Eat all the pizza you like and drink all the wine and cocktails you like for 350 kroner – the table is yours for one and a half hour, and yes you can buy extra time: 30 minutes for 50 kroner and one hour for 100 kroner.
Don’t forget the kids – they can have a go with the Frankie’s Feast with soda for 150 kroner. By the way – we serve pineapple pizza too (donut kill the messenger – and we’re quite sure you’ll love it!)
And then we have Mamma’s! She is our new Italian restaurant and a true Italian would probably say that the place is just like coming home to… well Mamma’s. We’ve gotten our hands on some super delicious Italian specialties which will be added to our know-how and the nest from Mamma’s two sons; Frankie(’s Pizza) and Tony(’s Havnegade).
The kids are more than wellcome at Mamma’s – they can design and draw their own pizza, and the drawing get passed on to Mamma in the kitchen where she will bake the pizza as desired. You can also pick your favorites from the a la carte menu with prices from 65 kroner for a dish or go for a there course meal starting from 225 kroner. Hungry for real? Go for “Mamma’s family feast” where we serve four dishes (antipasti, pasta, meat or fish and a dessert) for 350 kroner. Thirsty? For another 100 kroner you can have ad libitum bubbles, red and white whine, but we also serve filtered water with and without bubbles and drafted as well as bottled beer.
We’re all on on the Italian music, decor and atmosphere – that means white marble, candle lights and lemon trees. Music? Italian with a twist of amore. When it gets just slightly warmer we will begin to serve food and drinks outside on Regnbuepladsen, where Aperol Spritz can be enjoyed in the sun or in the shade – with nice dishes too of course.