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Italian concept Ciao Papi pops up at Howard Smith Wharves Italian concept Ciao Papi pops up at Howard Smith Wharves Italian concept Ciao Papi pops up at Howard Smith Wharves

Italian concept Ciao Papi pops up at Howard Smith Wharves

Picture yourself in an Italian trattoria with a glass of Chianti in hand, buttered pappardelle on the way, and the sun setting over your river-side locale. We know where to get this in Brisbane ...


It might sound like an excerpt from a Venice-centric travel blog, but you don’t have to travel abroad to have an experience like this. Coming to a location a little closer than the city of canals is Italian kitchen Ciao Papithe first in a series of pop-up restaurants to grace the banks of the Brisbane River at Howard Smith Wharves restaurant ARC Dining. Headed by ARC’s award-winning chef Alanna Sapwell, Ciao Papi’s authentic Italian experience will deliver a top-notch take on Italian comfort food. Expect to indulge in Italian favourites like beef ragu, crab ravioli, vegetable lasagna and antipasti plates, bolstered by a sublime selection of Italian wines.

Ciao Papi will inhabit the deck of ARC Dining and Wine Bar, situated at the New Farm-end of the Howard Smith Wharves. The pop-up will be open for walk-ins from Wednesday to Saturday, 12:00 pm to 11:20 pm, and Sunday 12:00 pm to 10:00 pm for a limited time.

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