It comes after just three months of rocketing success.
Italian cuisine is facing quite the resurgence at the moment – not that it ever truly went anywhere – with new, homegrown businesses popping up at every corner. But this time around, following a diluted mess of Bella Italia’s and Pizza Express’s dominating the scene, local chefs are going as authentic as possible. And Lazy Tony’s makes that cut.
Focusing solely on the ‘slab’, Lazy Tony’s has given us a whole new outlook on the underrated-yet-classic lasagne, concocting a menu of layered perfection ranging from classic beef, to chicken, to those of the vegan variety.
Now, after serving exclusively from its humble takeaway kitchen on Radium Street, the Lasagneria is set to expand further, opening a proper sit-down experience both behind its current location and at the Northern Quarter’s Foundation Coffee House.
Let’s start with the brand new collaboration with freelancer fave, Foundation. Launching on the 29th July, Lazy Tony’s fans will be able to enjoy their delicious slabs and fan-fave mozzarella sticks from 5pm til 10pm every Wednesday-Sunday – marking the businesses first dine-in experience since launching back in April.
The new addition to Foundation’s kitchen is sure to mix things up a bit, providing a little extra something for guests to enjoy later on, in addition to the daytime brunch and coffee menu.
Back at Radium Street, the Lasagneria will be teaming up with neighbours Witch Kings Rum every single Saturday from 5pm til 10pm – providing a new, alfresco dining experience complete with moreish slabs and plenty of booze. There, Witch Kings Rum will be serving up cocktails made with their very own rum made in the building itself, as well hosting live music and sets for guests to enjoy while indulging.