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09 July 2014 - by Jessie DiBlasi

Nonna to Nana: Sunday Spaghetti at Oyl Cafe, Mannerim

Oyl

“I like to think of the kitchen as the heart of the home. It’s where love and laughter is shared and it’s usually accompanied by a bowl of spaghetti.” Marisa Grossi

With the weather now setting into the blustery winter season, Jac + I are excited to be heading to Queenscliff this weekend to take part in a Nonna to Nana Sunday Spaghetti lunch! What better way to spend a Sunday in July than tucking into a mountain of spaghetti! Hosted by The Bookstore at Queenscliff and Oly Café. There are only a few remaining seats, if you’d like to join us?

Don’t expect to leave anything less than full, after a delicious two course lunch... but make sure you leave room for coffee and dessert!

Places close on Thursday 10th July - so get in quick, book here!

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