NITN | @notintownlive | 26 Nov 2021, 06:12 am
Kolkata/NITN: The Lord of the Drinks, one of the most sought-after places, brings a stellar 'Pizza Festival' to relinquish for the people belonging to the 'City of Joy'.
LOD’s pizza fest starts on November 15 amidst their dynamic ambiance.
The pizza festival is going to set the ground for you to taste and enjoy tons of pizza with varying pizza crust, pizza sauce, and appetizing toppings.
The fest offers a vast menu ranging from Kasundi Paneer Pizza to Gondhoraj Chicken Pizza and Chocolate Sandesh Pizza.
Maintaining all safety protocols, Lord of the Drinks is open throughout the week with options to sit outdoors for brunch dates or Al-Fresco gatherings.
What: PIZZA FEST at LOTD
When: November 15 onwards
Operational Hours: All days a week from 12:00 p.m. (noon) to 10:30 p.m.
Where: South City Mall, Fourth, Kolkata, West Bengal - 700068
Wallet factor: 1,200/- for two people (approx.)
For reservations call +91 9831568080 / +91 9831638080
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