You Can Now Get Your Hands On Pizza For Just $1 At An Iconic Bar — And It Happens Every Night Of The Week For A YEAR
- Sydney’s iconic late night pizzeria Frankie’s is now offering $1 pizza slices
- Venue has expanded happy hour to serve popular pizzas at a fraction of the price
- The $1 slices will be offered every day of the week between 4 and 6 p.m. until mid-2022
- There is news that the location is being demolished to make way for a new train station new
Iconic late night pizzeria Frankie’s has delighted diners with $1 pizza slices after news broke that the location will be demolished to make way for a new train station.
The popular live music venue on Hunter Street in Sydney’s CBD has expanded its happy hour to serve pizza slices for a fraction of the price between 4-6pm every day of the week until mid-2022.
The deal comes just weeks after the New South Wales government announced plans for a new Metro West train line between Hunter Street and Pyrmont.
Iconic late night pizzeria Frankie’s has delighted diners with $1 pizza slices after news broke location is being demolished to make way for new train station
The popular live music venue has expanded its happy hour to serve favorite pizza slices every day of the week from 4-6pm until mid-2022 for a fraction of the price
Following the devastating news that shocked tens of thousands of Sydneysiders, Frankie’s shared a ‘lote update’ on social media.
Frankie’s Pizza as we know it is being demolished, we have at least a year left to party and we will. Big time,” the audience wrote on Facebook.
“We take this opportunity to put all our energy and resources into making more memories with our beloved Sydney, its people and its visitors while we still can.
“We’re adding more bands, more bills, big events, collaborations and all the late-night revelry you’d expect from one of the world’s biggest rock & roll institutions, until the fat lady dies. Who’s with us!? Let’s party.’
Diners can grab $1 pizza slices every day of the week between 4pm and 6pm until mid-2022
Frankie’s has expanded its happy hour to serve delicious pizza slices at a fraction of the price
All is not lost, however, after Andrew Constance, NSW’s Transport Secretary, promised to move the cellar bar to another location.
“Frankie’s is an important part of Sydney’s live music scene and we will ensure it is well supported during this challenging time,” Mr Constance told Sydney Morning Herald.
“Sydney Metro appoints Frankie’s a dedicated acquisition manager to guide them through this process and help them find another location.”
The $27 billion Metro West project is due to start at the end of 2022.