A boozy pasta restaurant with wine-infused dishes is coming to Manchester
Find mouthwatering starters and pasta dishes infused with red wine, white wine and vodka
A new boozy pasta pop-up is coming to Manchester next week, bringing wine-infused dishes to Deansgate Square.
Called Nonna’s Pasta, the concept will be moving into the kitchen of The Green Lab on Owen Street and taking over the day-to-day running of the restaurant until Christmas.
With prices starting from just £4, starters include the likes of taleggio and pesto arancini, white wine-infused gamberoni (prawns), freshly prepared mussels and plump burrata with truffle cream, proscuitto ham and rocket.
As for the main event, mouthwatering pasta dishes are infused with red wine, white wine or vodka – offering a tasteful twist on some solid Italian classics.
Dishes include Nonna’s Cacio Pepe, Nonna Hadid (Rigatoni Alla Vodka, made with pomodoro with a splash of vodka and cream), and the Posh Nonna Goes Wild (Truffle Mafaldine, made with Nonna’s creamy truffle sauce with wild mushrooms and parmesan).
Elsewhere, you’ll find the Nonna Goes To Sea (Seafood Linguine, available red or white, with prawns, mussels, squid, cherry tomato and parsley, with either Nonna’s white wine or pomodoro sauce) – with mains prices ranging from £9 to £16..
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As for drinks, diners will find cocktail favourites including the likes of the negroni, old fashion, bloody mary and Nonna’s Italian mule. There will also be a range of martinis on offer, including the classic vodka martini and the Kate Moss favourite, made with espresso.
Due to open on Deansgate Square next week, Nonna’s Pasta Pop-Up will open its doors from 5pm on Wednesday 26 October and continue serving at the site right up until Christmas.
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