Seattle, Wash., Oct 18, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — This month, Bambino’s Pizzeria, a favorite pizza-and-microbrew restaurant located in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, will celebrate its six year anniversary by hosting its own monster mash. On Monday, October 31st customers who come to the restaurant for a meal dressed in Halloween costume attire will be served a surprise on the house.
“We’ve had amazing support throughout these past six years and this is our way of saying thank you for having Bambino’s Pizzeria as part of your neighborhood,” said Belle Coelho, owner of Bambino’s Pizzeria. “Bambino’s Pizzeria goes through great lengths to deliver delicious food and offer fresh ingredients with unbeatable value, variety and service, and we’ve also become known for our collection of hard-to-get beers.”
Bambino’s Pizzeria first opened in 2005 and grew to become a Seattle staple, helped along by its stellar brew line-up that includes cult favorites like Abbaye De Saint Bon-Chien, La Baladin Super Baladin, and Ommegang Gnomegang. The fare itself is authentic New York Neapolitan Style cuisine incorporating local ingredients, with the exception of the true Italian crust that uses Caputo 00 flour — a hark back to Coelho’s native Italy. Pizzas and calzones are heated in a wood fire oven for a crispy, mouthwatering texture. Bambino’s Pizzeria boasts 12 different pizza combinations and nine calzone selections with the ability to customize your own concoction. Meals are accompanied by a variety of rare beer and wine including authentic barrel wine such as 2009 Washington Syrah Mouvedre for the perfect flavorful pairings.
To get into the spooky Halloween spirit, servers will be dressed in their favorite costumes and the restaurant will be decorated to set the atmosphere. As a season special, Bambino’s Pizzeria will have Dogfish Head Punkin Ale on tap with smooth hints of pumpkin, brown sugar and spices for the palate’s delight.
Bambino’s Pizzeria is the perfect destination for great food and drink and open seven days a week year-round. The restaurant takes reservations for larger groups and can be located at 401 Cedar St, Seattle, WA 98121 or reached by phone at (206) 269-2222. For more information or to keep up with Bambino’s Pizzeria’s happenings, please visit http://www.facebook.com/BambinosPizzeriaSeattle or follow the restaurant on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ #!/bambinosseattle
About Bambino’s Pizzeria and Catering Bambino’s Pizzeria serves and delivers authentic New York Neapolitan Style Pizza and focuses on bringing to life fresh ingredients through a brick fire oven. Located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle since 2005, Bambino’s Pizzeria provides great tasting food, rare domestic and imported beers and wines and a family friendly atmosphere. Open in the Winter Monday thru Friday 11 am – 2 pm and 4 pm – 11 pm, Saturday thru Sunday 4 pm – 11 pm. For further information, visit http://www.getbambinos.com .