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Criniti’s set to make Parramatta comeback

The upcoming outlet is the latest addition to Criniti’s six other locations across Sydney.

Criniti’s is set to return to Parramatta on August 2 following a two-year absence.

The Italian restaurant chain said it will be opening a new outlet in Church Street, but with a different address. 

The upcoming outlet is the latest addition to Criniti’s six other locations across Sydne,  including Castle Hill, Wetherill Park and Darling Harbour.

Renovations have been undertaken in preparation, including a classic woodfire pizza oven and trestle tables. An extensive marketing campaign to support the launch will also be executed.

“As a group, we could not be more excited about the fact that we are gracing Parramatta with the original blueprint of what made us the number one Italian restaurant all those years ago,” marketing head Francisco Porragas said.

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