Chinatown’s Tiny ‘Pazzo Chow’ Extends Hours To Include Mondays, Mornings

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by Ken Tsui | To those in need of a little extra bounce out of bed in the morning, take note: Pazzo Chow, Chinatown’s tiny Italian delicatessen, has extended their hours to include Mondays and mornings. The official word is Monday to Thursday from 8am to 6pm; Fridays from 8am to 8pm; and Saturdays from 10am to 6pm. Owner Maya Sciarretta says the morning services are a trial run that will continue until April 1. From Maya:

We are super excited to announce that we are now open on Mondays. It will be like any other weekday. We are also extending our hours and opening at 8am Monday to Friday for coffee and breakfast (freshly baked breakfast focaccias, homemade granola, smoothies/juices, breakfast bars, yummy pastries etc.)

Follow @pazzochow on Instagram to keep up with the daily specials…

Spinach feta onion breakfast focaccia $4.50

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@pazzochow | 620 Quebec Street at Keefer Street | 604-563-1700 | www.pazzochow.com

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