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On the menu: Libertino, a world of retro 70’s kitsch and gigantic dishes to share

Big Mamma presents its new Parisian trattoria: Libertino. Located on rue de Paradis, in the 10th arrondissement, this new establishment is zany, colourful, friendly and as gourmet as always.

Big Mamma Libertino
Big Mamma restaurateurs Victor Lugger and Tigrane Seydoux, Big Mamma [Official Photo]
Like its big sisters, this new 220-seat Parisian trattoria will showcase Italian cuisine in a more than just friendly setting. Customers will enter in the middle of the chefs — more precisely, in the large open kitchen — and directly smell the good smells of Italian products ready to be served. As for the decoration, Libertino will immerse you in a kitsch retro atmosphere of the 70s with a mixture of colours, atmospheres, velvet drapes and old TVs broadcasting classics of the “anni settanta”.

Big Mamma’s famous pizza.

At Libertino, Big Mamma has a new concept since everything here can be shared between 2, 3 or more people! The more the merrier right?

The venue promises to satisfy your taste buds with for example their, Venetian cicchetti, but also with their fine and crispy Roman pizzas and giant desserts, and a special Neapolitan birthday cake that you don’t need to wait for your birthday to be having.

Cherry on the cake? A revolving cocktail bar hidden in the basement, clearly something you can’t afford to miss.

Monday to Thursday from 12pm to 2.30pm and from 6.30pm to 10.45pm.

Opening on December 6 at 6:30 pm.

44, rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris
Tatjana Kostic
Editor-in-Chief, Paris
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