Pizza Week is here! Running till the 30th of July in participating restaurants around Nairobi and Eldoret. SEE MORE No matter how you like your slice, from the classic cheese or pepperoni toppings all the way to the more-adventurous mushroom or pineapple creations, it would be a missed opportunity for all red-sauce and bread lovers to not celebrate the week. We’re yet to come across kids who don’t like pizza and you can indulge your child/ren this week by checking out these kid-friendly establishments with offers your kids will love: Big Square Big Square has branches all over the city and are famed for their mini pizzas and kids’ menu. Their brightly coloured interiors are aesthetically pleasing to kids. Check out what they have SEE MORE BallPoint Social Club Ballpoint Social Club at Village Market Mall’s New Wing on the third floor (Level 3) combines comfort food, drinks and an array of gaming options all under one roof. Their mini pizzas are wildly popular because they don’t  skimp on the cheese. SEE MORE Pallet Cafe Their Gigiri branch is participating in this year’s Pizza Week. Kids will enjoy the Al-fresco dining and enough space to run around. Well-behaved pets are welcome. Pallet is great because it provides training and employment to persons living with disabilities. Worth spending your dimes in a socially conscious establishment. SEE MORE Pins Entertainment Pins entertainment at Sarit has an array of pizzas on offer. They operate “The jungle” a cool play area with slides, twisting tunnels, a maze of climbing nets, a ball pit and LEGO playing area. Minders have to pay full fee to access the area. However, older kids can play unaccompanied as employees are on site to assist them if need be. SEE MORE Pizza Hut Pizza hut pride themselves as the “ultimate family restaurant” with their packed kids’ menu. Look out for their special offers this week. SEE MORE   

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