June 17, 2024


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Pasco’s Italian transformed into Santa’s grotto after festive facelift

Children can meet Father Christmas this week inside a Cottingham grotto while helping themselves to a slice of pizza.

Pasco’s Italian restaurant, in King Street, have turned their disappointing Christmas closure into a cheerful event for families.

Children will be greeted by elves, served hot chocolate before walking around the Christmas grotto on Tuesday December 22.

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After touring the festive decorations, children will be able to meet Santa Claus and be presented with a gift.

Pasco’s elf has worked her magic and transformed the restaurant into a wonderland whilst ensuring face masks are worn, and social distancing measures are in place.

Children will go around the grotto in allotted times, and those who are waiting can enjoy festive treats before meeting Santa.

Pasco's Italian restaurant, Cottingham transforms into grotto for children to meet Santa
Pasco’s Italian restaurant, Cottingham transforms into grotto for children to meet Santa

Tickets are £3.50 per person, which includes a special gift from Santa, or children can get a homemade mini pizza, soft drink, and present for £9.

Staff member Beth at Pasco’s said: “With everything that has been going on this year, and the struggle of closing the restaurant, we really wanted to give something back to the community.”

The restaurant is also offering takeaways for the parents, including an Italian Christmas menu, and mulled wine.

Tickets are available now online, for more information click here.