October 12, 2017 Community, Development
Sergio Pellegrino, owner and founder of Café Mezzanotte is pleased to announce the grand re-opening of his neighborhood Italian restaurant, which occurred on October 11th at 4PM. Speakers included Mayor Michael S. Purzycki, Michael Hare, Senior Vice President of The Buccini/Pollin Group, Sergio Pellegrino, Owner of Café Mezzanotte and Hanifa Shabazz, President of Wilmington City Council. Following the ribbon cutting ceremony outside of the restaurant at the corner of 11th & Tatnall in Wilmington, DE, guests indulged in delicious complimentary hors d’oeuvres and happy hour specials.
The completely renovated restaurant has a brand-new feel and features expansion doors that open to a second private dining area for more intimate dinners (8-12 people) or both can be opened for larger private events. The menu has been revamped as well, and guests’ favorite specials have been added permanently including the Cioppino, a seafood arrangement with pasta that is a favorite in Southern Italy. The highly regarded homemade pasta and bread made in house will continue.
About Café Mezzanotte
Located in the center of downtown Wilmington, Café Mezzanotte has built a reputation as Delaware’s premier spot for Italian Mediterranean fare since 2003. Our intimate and inviting atmosphere is perfect for romantic evenings, corporate functions, and social gatherings. We work hard to bring the freshest organic, locally grown foods to our table. Our cuisine is a stylish reinvention of the Italian classics, blending modern flare and traditional preparation together to create “the new classic.”
To make your reservation, visit www.cafemezzanotte.net