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Marco Pierre White To Visit His Rebranded Hoylake Restaurant, Marco’s New York Italian

Marco Pierre White is coming to Hoylake to host a special lunch and dinner event at his Marco’s New York Italian. It is Marco’s first visit to the restaurant since its recent rebrand, and will offer locals the chance to dine with an internationally-applauded chef.

Marco’s visit takes place on July 24 2013, and includes a delicious menu put together by Marco himself especially for the occasion. Guests will also receive a signed apron, and a glass of Prosecco on arrival.

Marco recently rebranded the restaurant, formerly Frankie’s Bar & Grill, following a 12-month branding exercise with the celebrity chef working alongside a team of experts to evolve the New York Italian concept. As well as an exciting new menu, Marco’s New York Italian introduces more theatre to the overall dining experience, with Aldo Bove appointed as the new restaurant manager

Ahead of the event, Marco Pierre White said:

“The team and I have worked tirelessly to create the ultimate in authentic Italian American dining, and I am very excited in coming up to Hoylake to see how the new concept is going. It’s also an opportunity to speak to the actual customers to find out what they think of the new restaurant, which is integral in creating the perfect dining experience.”

Guests on the day can enjoy a delicious lunch for £19.95, or dinner for £35, from a menu including such delights as calamari with garlic and lemon mayonnaise, New York ribs smothered with BBQ sauce, organic salmon steak and spaghetti carbonara with poached hen’s eggs. Puddings to die for include New York cheese cake with passion fruit syrup, panna cotta, and Marco’s signature tiramisu.

Aldo Bove, said:

“In this industry you want to work with the best, and with Marco, we are working with the very best! Marco’s New York Italian is a brilliant new concept for the Wirral, and we look forward to welcoming Marco so he can see for himself how his ideas have been executed. It’s also a great chance for local people to dine with a Michelin-starred chef. It’s not every day you can do that!”