What is Valentine’s Day but a day about love, all types of love, including family love! For the third year in a row, Sotto Sopra Restaurant is continuing their tradition of celebrating families during Valentine’s Day week with a special evening focused on the children. With that said, they invite parents to bring their children to Sotto Sopra Restaurant at 405 N. Charles Street to celebrate an early Valentine’s Day on Monday, February 11. The children will enjoy this event filled with kid-oriented entertainment, surprises, along with dining on a specially designed children’s menu. Chef/owner Riccardo Bosio’s daughters, Amelia and Victoria, will be the hostesses for the evening.
Valentine’s Day for Children
Monday, February 11th
SEATINGS: 5:00 pm to 5:45 PM
Event Ends: 7 pm
Reservations: 410 625 0534 – Please advise the restaurant as to the number of children in your party
Children’s Valentine Menu
Appetizers – $5
Polenta Fries with Cheese Fondue
Cheese and Tomato Flatbread
Entree – $10
Ricotta Gnocchi with Fresh Tomato Sauce
Spaghetti and Lamb Meatballs with Tomato Sauce
Dessert – $5
Apple Strudel with Caramel Sauce and Vanilla Ice Cream
Chocolate Cake with Vanilla Gelato
Parents will enjoy selections from their ala carte dinner menu.
SOTTO SOPRA RESTAURANT – 405 N. Charles Street – Baltimore MD 21201
www.sottosoprainc.com (410) 625 -0534
Facebook & Instagram @sottosoprarestaurant Twitter @sottosopra
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