Manchester’s Italian staple Salvi’s has announced it will be opening outdoor terraces at two of its venues in time for April 12.
The beloved family-run establishment – which specialises in the best recipes from the Campania region – has kept chins up throughout lockdown; running online cooking tutorials, building bespoke hampers, and operating a takeaway service for customers.
Owners have confirmed Salvi’s is set for a true comeback from next month – providing a ‘little slice of Italy’ in Manchester via their specially-created outdoor terraces.
Salvi’s is now taking bookings at two locations in the city centre – including its Northern Quarter restaurant and its flagship venue at the Corn Exchange.
Customers can expect the classic menu – including gorgeous pizza, pasta and antipasti dishes – along with wine, cocktails and music.
Salvi’s owner Maurizio Cecco said: “It’s been way too long since we welcomed our family of customers into our restaurants.
“We are not quite there yet but our specially created terraces are definitely better than the next best thing!
“It is time to get booked in, come along and let us look after you in true Salvi’s style; great food, amazing drinks, brilliant music and the warmest service in town! We can’t wait to see your smiling faces.”
Salvi’s opened its first restaurant in Manchester almost a decade ago and now has five premises dotted across the city centre – including Salvi’s Cucina and Napoletana venues on John Dalton Street.
Salvi’s Deli has continued to operate as a food shop throughout the latest lockdown.
April 12 will see two of its restaurants return temporarily as outdoor venues – with an indoor reopening planned for when government restrictions are lifted in May.
For more information head over to Salvi’s website.
Book a table on a terrace of your choice by calling 0161 222 8021 or online.