Shake It Up: Frankie & Fannuci’s Lets Customers Be Their Own Bartenders

The Self-Pour Taproom lets diners test their mixology skills as part of a weekend brunch special for $25.




 

Aspiring mixologists can show off for their friends and impress their dates in the Self-Pour Taproom at Frankie & Fannuci’s Wood Oven Pizzeria in Mamaroneck, New York. 

The pizzeria’s new Social Brunch, held every Saturday and Sunday, also lures customers with a “Pour Your Own” option, including a Prosecco Bar. Here, customers start with a $10 tray of colorful fruit purees, juices, two liqueurs and garnishes and make their own specialty cocktails. Servers offer suggested pairings with menu items, but customers are free to experiment to their palates’ content, with each tray providing drinks for up to four people.

Meanwhile, guests also receive a chip-enabled card that provides access to the Self-Pour Taproom, where they can pour anything from the rotating selections—including 30 wines and craft beers—for a total of $15 in alcohol as part of the overall $25 brunch package. Diners can also keep on drinking and simply pay by the ounce for whatever they pour.

The brunch special also includes a variety of wood-fired breakfast pizzas and sharable brunch plates and sides served family-style.

 

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