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Launch of “ Atrio Café & Grill ” By Rezz PR

Launch of “ Atrio Café & Grill ” By Rezz PR

After years of success in Islamabad and a major reedo, landmark “ Atrio Café & Grill ” Restaurant comes back to Islamabad. The Grand Re launch was attended by leading hostess Natasha Hussain, Socialites, Bloggers and Media Friends.

Islamabad based Rezz Aly Shah of Rezz PR and Events managed the Event. Located in the heart of Islamabad’s Posh F7 area, The Two Story and Rooftop Restaurant has seating inside and outside for those who want to take in the view and weather which is a trend in the Capital cafes and restaurants.

Businessman and owner of Atrio Café and Grill Imran Rashid believes that the capital city was missing a rooftop experience in the market that is said to be ‘the heart’ of Islamabad; where tired shoppers and foodies can now enjoy being in the center of all the activity, so he waited for a while and gave his café a completely new look to come back with a bang.

Within an hour on opening night, the rooftop with a weather-and-wind-proof canopy and comfy ambiance were full with food lovers. The aroma of freshly grilled red snapper and tangy chicken fingers was in the air and the guests were welcomed with mint margaritas. The chefs also prepared hors d’oeuvres that circulated on the tables. Along with a serene atmosphere inside, the backdrop comprised of scattered lights that glittered as they fell upon Margalla Hills on a Spring march lovely breezy evening.

Fatima Ali , a fashion student guest at the opening, shared a table with friends and other guests overlooking the market. Having sampled everything from the red snapper, chicken fingers, chicken Bolognese to the barbecue items, she said he enjoyed the pizza the most, with its range of toppings that included chicken, salami, vegetables and garlic-mayo sauce.

The floor below is a wonderful black and White Chess Floor with amazingly cool coloured  sofa seats big glass windows overlooking the market reminiscent of a New York-style café.   “Islamabadis need to be really pushed to come out,” commented Ayesha Khan with a laugh. Khan, who was at the restaurant with cousins, was grateful for a new dining option and vowed to return to try something else on the menu.

Boasting to be with a new look in the buzzing capital city, where customers can enjoy a contrast of ambiance and food that encourages one to truly unwind, Atrio Café and Grill’s fabulous new look which is nothing less than any up beat and trendy café on any Manhattan Avenue is sure to attract a lot of attention in the coming weeks.

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