Friday Finds ☆ Pizza Marzano Pizza Making Party
My kids were invited to a birthday party at Pizza Marzano. Now I have gone to one and seen it, I can tell you how cool the idea is.
I have seen many birthday parties in the past that my kids were invited to, but I have never been to one for pizza making. It’s easy and low stress to host a pizza making party at Pizza Marzano for parents, kids have a lot of fun making pizzas and the best of all, the party cost is less expensive than other options such as having a party at an indoor playground or renting a bouncy castle and hiring a magician, which is very popular among expats community in Jakarta.
The family of a birthday child just arrived in Jakarta, but somehow the mom found out about the pizza making party. I have been in Jakarta for over two years and I want to say that I have heard about pizza making party for kids at Pizza Marzano some time ago, but I had never paid attention to it, thus didn’t really know about it! This is why I want to have this blog and tell other moms and dads about things like a birthday party ideas for living in Jakarta.
Based on the information listed on Pizza Marzano’s Facebook page, there are 7 locations within Jakarta. However, for a pizza making party, if I remember correctly, my friend found out that they only offer at the Citywalk Sudirman location. Please check with Pizza Marzano about this information.
Pizza Making Party for Kids
Recommended Age: 4 – 10 years old
Cost: IDR 50,000 per child
The fee includes one pizza, kids drink and a scoop of ice cream
Now I know about the party at Pizza Marzano and how much fun children had, I am very interested in the idea. It would be cheaper to host something like that at home of course, but if you have many kids to invite or you have young ones that you have to take care of while you host a party, why make a mess at your home? You pay 50,000 Rupiah per child to have a pizza making experience and that is also their food, someone else would teach how to make pizza, and they will clean afterwards, too. I think it’s a win win situation for parents.