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Social Pics: Newly Refurbished Milano On Haddington Road


by Niamh ODonoghue
23rd Jan 2017
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Milano unveiled a brand-new look at it’s south Dublin venue last week and celebrated the occasion in style with members of the media, bloggers, and influencers.

The family friendly’restaurant o Haddington road has been totally transformed and features a?new Pizzaiola at the entrance to enhance the customer experience.

Each Milano restaurant is individually designed – often using well-known places, people or historical events from the area as a basis. As Milano is set partly in the well-known former AIB Victoria House building, this stylish restaurant has always received acclaim for its exceptional design; which has only been intensified by the recent refurbishment.

Rugby has had a strong influenced the new Haddington Road location due to the restaurants close proximity to the Aviva Stadium.

Adult pizza fans can look forward to washing down their gourmet dinner with a glass of Sloe Prosecco while younger diners can enjoy the Piccolo children’s menu which offers three courses for just €8.50.

For more details, visit?Milano.ie

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