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New restaurant investment at the Mailbox

Family-run Italian restaurant, Pinocchio has opened its doors at Mailbox.

The traditional Italian restaurant can be found amongst Mailbox’s canal-side restaurants and Everyman Cinema.

Pinocchio is the third Midlands-based restaurant from the owners of La Galleria on Ethel Street in Birmingham and Cafe Casita on Clarence Street in Sedgley.

Sicilian born owner, Erminio commented: “We are delighted with our new venture at Mailbox and are enjoying welcoming a steady stream of customers through our doors.

“As a family business, we view the opening of Pinocchio as another welcome opportunity to contribute to Birmingham’s lively and varied food scene, which we are extremely proud to be a part of.”

Pinocchio spans 4,500 sq ft and offers authentic Italian cuisine in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The extensive menu boasts quality, fresh ingredients, offering an array of pasta, pizza and risotto dishes, as well as steak, lamb, veal, and a daily fish option, all perfectly complemented by a carefully curated wine list and a choice of beers.

David Pardoe, head of marketing, retail and tenant engagement at Mailbox said: “As a destination, we’re home to some of the region’s best and most loved food and drink outlets and we are thrilled to add to our offering with the opening of Pinocchio, which is already proving extremely popular.”

Mailbox is the UK’s largest mixed use property outside of London, and is home to exclusive fashion and home furnishings stores, popular waterside restaurants, cafes and bars, a luxury Everyman cinema, hotels, and 200,000 sq ft of office space home to the BBC, Advanced and Associated Architects.

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