Scandic Grand to open Italian outdoor patio

Little Italy to be “lush Italian piazza” in downtown Stockholm
Soon it will be possible to experience Italy without leaving Sweden. In early May, the Scandic Grand Central hotel in Stockholm will open a new outdoor dining concept in its little-known courtyard, inspired by romantic Italy. Italian food and drinks will be served in “a lush Italian piazza”.
Atmosphere on the patio, to be named Little Italy, will be created using quirky decorations that include a clothes line, flag pennants, fairy lights, striped umbrellas and citrus plants. Entertainment in the form of old Italian films like Fellini’s 1950s classic La Strada will be projected on the walls.
Little Italy will be open from Monday to Saturday from 16:00 to 22:00 until September. The menu includes Italian dishes such as Vitello tonnato (veal roast with capers and tuna mayonnaise), asparagus risotto with parmesan, lemon and rocket salad, and vanilla pannacotta with strawberries, Limoncello and mint.
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[image courtesy Scandic]

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