Since Easter is the end of the Lent season, food plays a big part in the celebrations. Traditional Easter foods include lamb or goat, artichokes, and special Easter breads that vary from region to region.
We have crafted a special menu for such occasion. Please call to make your reservation at 214 618 1991. Open from 11 AM.
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Were still enjoying the great weather that Fall offers every year here in Frisco. But soon it will begin to look a lot like Christmas, which means it is time to finalize your plans for your holiday parties this season! Whether you are planning your annual family reception or company holiday celebration, Trattoria al Giardino will provide the perfect, authentic Italian setting for your special event. With delectable cuisine, an excellent selection of wine, as well as welcoming and professional staff, your guests will be blown away by the experience.
We offer several private rooms and spaces for your enjoyment, as well as the option to handcraft a menu with one of our catering specialists or a selection from our available set menus. Let us know what you are looking for in your special event, and it will be our pleasure to host you.
On the note of the upcoming holidays and gift giving, we also offer gift cards for your stocking stuffer or gift exchange purposes! They are available for purchase at the restaurant for any amount you may need.
Ci vediamo presto!
As we all recover from our Christmas celebrations yesterday, we are already looking forward to celebrating the new year next week. I have compiled some Italian traditions for New Year’s Eve to lend inspiration for your own parties and festivities, I hope you enjoy learning about this fabulous culture’s traditions with me!
Throwing Out of Old Pots and Pans
In Italy, especially Southern Italy, Italians bring in the new year by throwing out old pots and pans (and sometimes appliances) into the street. The act is said to dispel bad luck from the new year, or “out with the old, in with the new” as they say. If traveling in Italy this holiday season, be sure to watch out for falling kitchenware as you explore!
Red Underwear for Good Luck
I’m not entirely sure how this one works, but according to Italian tradition, if you wear red underwear on New Year’s Eve, you are sure to encourage good luck for the new year. Go figure! I’m not opposed to new traditions, it is certainly worth a shot!
Like our American traditions for New Year’s Eve, Italians also ring in the new year with champagne toasts and fireworks. Personally, I am partial to both champagne and fireworks, and I will gladly embrace Italian tradition in that regard this season.
Other traditions for an Italian New Year’s celebration include setting a good foundation for the new year with a delicious meal. You of course know where to get a delicious Italian meal! We will be open for New Year’s Eve and we would be honored to ring in the New Year with you.
What traditions do you participate in every year?
Buon Anno from the Trattoria!
We are pleased to announce our new Happy Hour Menus are ready! The new menus offer several additional features, giving you more reason to come visit us between 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM, Monday through Friday! Here are a few new motives:
- Complimentary Pizza: Need we say more?
- New Featured Wines: We are now offering two new reds and two new white wines for your happy hour enjoyment. Cechi Sangiovese and Citra Cabernet, as well as Rex Goliath Chardonnay and Stemmari Pinot Grigio.
- Perfect Setting for Happy Hour Groups: We’ve had the pleasure of hosting several happy hour groups, and we hope you will be next!
Happy Hour prices and specials are only available in the bar, please see the full menu here.
Well there you have it, you now have no excuse to stay away from our Happy Hour and we expect to see you soon!
Hours & Events
Monday – Saturday
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday – Saturday
4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Monday – Friday
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Friday and Saturday Only
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
1279 Legacy Dr., Ste. 100
Frisco, TX 75034