Bella Bolla, the newest restaurant in downtown Port Huron, is hosting a new kind of event this Friday from 10 p.m. to midnight. Luke Marion, Co-Owner of Bella Bolla said, the idea “just came from experiences [he and family members] had when visiting Chicago and wanted to bring a cool and unique eating experience to Port Huron.” Marion said the “goal is just to give people something fun to do as well as reduce the stigma that there is nothing fun happening in winter.” The event will feature a lights-out eating experience to include glowsticks, dancing, electronic & house music, and of course, the restaurant’s signature brick oven pizza.
Tickets are available online and at the door (if not sold out) for $16 per person, and the ticket includes a personal 10″ pizza of your choice as well as a drink.
Bella Bolla opened in the fall and prides itself on pizzas made from the freshest ingredients in a fast-casual pizza-eating experience. Marion also owns MIGardner just a few doors down from the pizzeria.
Reporting for WGRT, Karly Hurley.