DiSalvo's Celebrates Anniversary With Bocce Ball Tournament, Specials

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DiSalvo's Trattoria and Pizzeria in West Palm Beach is having its Primo Anniversario celebration, and you're invited.

Unlike most restaurants that have a one-day party, DiSalvo's is throwing a weeklong shindig starting tonight, July 19. The festivities include food and drink specials, live entertainment, a bocce ball tournament in their very own on-premises bocce ball court, and a meatball-eating contest. 

"Like" the restaurant on Facebook and get a free flatbread, and be sure to print out a coupon for 20 percent off your check on their website.

The schedule of events includes:

Tuesday, July 19 -- Family night at DiSalvo's. From 6-9 p.m., a face painter and balloon artist will be on hand and kids eat free with a paying adult. Grownups can enjoy Midori melon ball and pear cooler specials and the bocce ball tournament kickoff party.

Wednesday, July 20 -- Bocce ball tournament continues with raffle prizes and giveaways.

Thursday, July 21 -- Meatballs and Martinis from 6-9 p.m. enjoy $6 martinis and meatball samples. Bocce ball tournament continues.

Friday, July 22 -- Bocce ball tournament semi-finals and live piano music by Hal.

Saturday, July 23 -- The bocce ball grand championship starts at 3 p.m., and the inaugural meatball-eating contest is at 4 p.m.

DiSalvo's 1700 N. Jog Road, West Palm Beach.

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