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South Woodford Prezzo celebrates reopening with 500 free pizzas promotion

PUBLISHED: 17:00 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:13 09 November 2017

Prezzo has a revamped new look. Picture: Joe Traylen

Prezzo has a revamped new look. Picture: Joe Traylen

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After a £20,000 refurbishment, a pizza and pasta restaurant is reopening its doors to the public.

Prezzo, High Road, South Woodford has upgraded its interior and is offering 500 free classic Margherita to customers between Friday, November 10 to Sunday, November 12.

The celebration does not end there as from Monday November 13, Prezzo will offer each new customer a voucher for one free classic pizza at the South Woodford restaurant which will be valid until the end of the month.

Prezzo brand manager, Marie Neocleous, said: “We are really excited to welcome our customers into our new look Prezzo restaurant in South Woodford.

“This is our second London revamp in as many months and our investment unveils a fresh new look, a variety of dining concepts and exciting menu options to appeal to a broader audience.

“This will make South Woodford an ideal destination for pasta, pizza, and drinks at lunch time or for an evening meal.”

Prezzo’s new visual identity has been introduced in Northumberland Avenue, Central London, and three regional restaurants this year and is expected to be rolled out across other restaurants within Prezzo’s portfolio, across the UK during 2018.

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