Monday, June 17, 2024

Deputy Lord Mayor Attends Pasta di Piazza’s 20th Anniversary Celebrations

(L-R) Sabri Qerimi (Pasta Di Paizza Restaurant Manager), Councillor Shafique Shah (Deputy Lord Mayor of Birmingham), Roni Ferro (Director Pasta Di Piazza), Albert (Founder of Pasta Di Piazza)

Along with hundreds of guests, the Deputy Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Cllr Shafique Shah, attended St Paul’s Square based Italian restaurant, Pasta di Piazza’s 20th Anniversary celebration evening at the restaurant recently.

The ongoing summer celebration culminated in a VIP party with guests being treated to complimentary champagne on arrival, a grand Italian buffet, and live music entertainment from local musician, Darren Jones.

Among the specially invited guests were local business professionals, fellow restaurateurs, local press and a selection of Pasta Di Piazza’s diners who won tickets to attend via social media.

(L-R) Claire Yates (Wilkes Partnership), Tessa Rhodes (Wilkes Partnership), Katie Langdon (Cornwall Street Chambers).
(L-R) Briony Stenhouse, Amy Valerie Smith, Ashira Siraj, amd John Jordan from Hays Recruitment.

As part of the celebrations, the restaurant gave away a five star holiday to its native country, Italy, by way of a charity raffle in aid of The Children’s Family Trust in Droitwich which is a children’s charity and an Independent Fostering Agency.

Established in 1945, it has looked after many children and young people from diverse backgrounds with all sorts of needs within their dedicated and committed foster families.

Their aim is to provide the highest quality care they possibly can.

(L-R) William Leslie, Hannah Hind, Katy Poulsom (Capital FM), Carl Hind.

Roni Ferro, General Manager of Pasta di Piazza, commented: “We had a wonderful evening celebrating twenty years of trading with our guests.

We’d like to thank everyone who attended and celebrated with us throughout the summer, also for donating to the Children’s Family Trust through our luxury holiday raffle.

We look forward to another 20 years of trading.”

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