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Brand new Nottingham Gusto Italian restaurant announces opening date

The West Bridgford restaurant closed in December 2020.

Gusto Italian is returning to Nottingham and will be opening in the heart of the city centre this winter with a brand-new immersive dining experience.

Gusto said:

‘It starts to feel very real when you see the sign above the door…WE ARE OPENING ON 6TH DECEMBER We’ll be open on Upper Parliament Street for brunch, lunch, dinner & drinks – we can’t wait to see you!’

Occupying the former Frankie & Benny’s restaurant, the new Gusto Italian will sit on the corner of King Street and Upper Parliament Street.

Building work has begun to transform the site featuring a truly open kitchen, a cocktail, coffee and cannoli bar and a chef’s-table-style pizza experience, just in time for Christmas.

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Matt Snell, CEO at Gusto, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing a new-look Gusto to the people of Nottingham. The new and improved restaurant and bar will be an evolution of the Gusto brand, offering an immersive experience for brunch, lunch, dinner and drinks.

“Guests will be treated to our iconic Gusto Italian dishes and drinks in the most spectacular of surroundings, watching our talented chefs at work in our truly open kitchen. And that’s not all – we’ve got a chef’s table pizza experience for guests to enjoy too.”

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One of Gusto’s other new offerings in Nottingham will be its espresso and cannoli bar, which will see guests enjoying authentic coffee and delicious cannolis– tube-shaped Italian pastries filled with a range of sweet fillings.

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The venue will also offer a new brunch menu, including bottomless brunch, unique among its restaurants, to bring the finest of celebration breakfasts to the city.

Matt added: “This venue will be something new and exciting, both for the Gusto brand and for Nottingham. The open kitchens will allow our guests to see the passion, skill, and delicious flavours that go into their meal.”

The new restaurant is set to create 80 new jobs in the city centre and recruitment is underway. To find out more and make booking enquiries, visit the Gusto website.

Gusto Italians delicious food will be brought to Nottingham in time for Christmas

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