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Monday, May 27, 2019

A Sinulog festival treat from Greenwich

GREENWICH, the country’s leading pizza and pasta chain, expressed its gratitude to its valued clientele with a twist last Jan. 18 in SM City Event Center through a “Pizza Blowout with Slater Young” festival treat.

The Serendipity band led the opening of the event with Slater Young as the Greenwich Ambassador and celebrity guest. It was a night full of treats from Greenwich as it offered various games and free product-tasting of the best valued pizza and pasta which were energetically participated by the audience.

Much to everyone’s delight, Greenwich opens the year with two gastronomic offerings no one could resist: both all-time favorites made even better – the Hawaiian Overload Pizza and the Creamy Carbonara Pasta. No other pizza offers the complete range of Hawaiian flavors in one bite. With Greenwich’s Hawaiian Overload Pizza, your cravings are not only satisfied, you also take on an entirely different experience altogether.

Complement this meal with a rich and savory Creamy Carbonara Pasta. A bite of this will leave you craving for more of that creamiest and best value Carbonara experience.

Enjoy these savory pizza and pasta alone or share with your friends. The fun and light mood brought about by sharing great food is truly an unparalleled moment to treasure.

With the Hawaiian Overload Pizza and Creamy Carbonara Pasta, a delicious meal is always within reach. (CEB)
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