Details about Al Forno Italian Restaurant
The Al Forno Restaurant is a fantastic place to meet and eat. It sets you free to enjoy great conversation complemented by superb fresh Italian food, beautiful wine and excellent service.
Pop in for a cappuccino or a glass of wine, tuck into a Big Tuscan Breakfast, grab a sandwich or sit down to a hearty home cooked Italian dinner cooked by one of their award winning chefs. Their 1st floor private dining area offers a great place to relax and unwind or as an alternative, informal setting for a business or lunch meeting.
They have FREE wireless internet available throughout the restaurant and can also provide digital projection, DVD & TV facilities on request.
For children try the Bambino's menu including, colouring sheets, crayons, activity packs and balloons to keep kids happy. As well as on-site baby-changing facilities and a free baby food heating service, for the tots they can also provide high chairs to make your visit as hassle-free as possible.
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Whether you've seen it, loved it and want to see it again, or you've not yet been, tomorrow is a perfect time to visit Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art mima for the Chance Finds Us exhibition.
To complement the exhibition, there will be a free talk this Saturday afternoon (1-4pm), called What Are The Chances.
The talk will begin with a piece by Sir David Spiegelhalter, Winton Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk in the Statistical Laboratory at Cambridge University, in which he will explore the substance of chance, coincidence and determinable patterns in the world at large. How does randomness come into our lives and how can we better understand it?
This will be followed by a conversation introduced and chaired by writer and art historian Chris Yetton about order, process and chance in art, explored through the work of artists exhibiting in Chance Finds Us. Peter J. Evans, James Hugonin and Anne Vibeke Mou will each introduce talking points connected to their individual practices and the wider discussion.
Booking required via mima's website: http://www.visitmima.com/whats-on/single/chance-finds-us-talk/
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