Food festivals this January at Eataly Rome

Food Festivals in Rome at Eataly

Food festivals in Rome in 2020

Sure we should all be trying to detox after over-eating during the holidays, but it’s so hard to when you live in a city like Rome where everything is so delicious. Plus, if the amount of amazing restaurants, trattorias and street food joints weren’t enough to tempt you, get this: Eataly is hosting two food festivals in its grandiose Ostiense location: a Cacio e Pepe Festival and a Tiramisù Fest!

 

The Cacio e Pepe Festival

17 – 19 January
Eataly: Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492
Tokens: 1 token = €2
Entry: free

Cacio e pepe festival at Eataly

There are a number of dishes that Romans consider sacred. The cacio e pepe is one of them. Think hand-rolled tonnarelli pasta mixed with grated pecorino cheese, freshly cracked black pepper and whisked with pasta water to create the perfect creamy sauce–it’s perfection. And Eataly has decided to celebrate it like it’s supposed to, with a three-day festival from January 17th to 19th! Some of the city’s historic restaurants and osterias will be present on the third floor of Eataly’s multi-level gastronomic center, where you’ll be able to taste numerous cacio e pepe versions and go with your favorite one!

Osterias present:

Felice a Testaccio – Pastificio Secondi – Osteria Fratelli Mori – Osteria Verbano – Osteria Circo – Brado – Manforte – Forno Monteforte

Cooking challenge with Bloggers:

On Friday the 17th at 7pm a cooking contest called “E tu che Cacio e Pepe sei?” will take place among bloggers four bloggers: Elisa Ceccuzzi of Kitty’s Kitchen, Laura Conforti of LadFoodie,  Fedora D’Orazio of Cappuccino e Cornetto, and Ada Parisi of Siciliani Creativi in Cucina. The four paticipants will compete against each other to present their best cacio e pepe version, with Pastificio Secondi, Felice a Testaccio e Brado being the judges!

Live music by Na’ Cosetta :

At the Cacio e Pepe Festival, a rich musical program is in store! Eataly has made a partnership with Na’ Cosetta, the famous bistrot based in Pigneto that combines the culture of food with that of live music by continuously exploring new combinations of sociability, live shows, food and wine! 

The Tiramisù Festival

31 January, 1 – 2 February
Eataly: Piazzale XII Ottobre 1492
Friday 5.30pm – 11.30pm
Saturday 11.30am – 11.30pm
Sunday 11.30am – 9.30pm
Tokens: 1 token = €2
Entry: free

Tiramisù Festival at Eataly

If you’re a tiramisù fan (who isn’t?) this festival is one to put on your list. On the third floor of Eataly, get ready for three consecutive days of delicious tiramisù! But don’t expect just the classic version, tiramisùs in all shapes and flavors will be waiting for you–pistachio, lemon, with wild berries, with hazelnut, strawberries, chocolate and so many other variants!

Pasticcerie present

The pasticcerie that will be present are La Fornarina, Forattini, Fortunato, Tiramibloom, Gelato d’Essai da Geppy Sferra, De Santis Sante Croce and Senza Pensieri (with their gluten free and vegan tiramisù)!

How it works

To taste the various tiramisùs all you have to do is purchase tokens at the various areas of the festival. One token costs €2, there are also special promotions (L’assaggiatore: 11 tokens=€20, Per i più golosi: 18 tokens=€32).

Tutti Su Per Terra kids lab

February 2
11am – 1pm
Aula Dominici
€20

Everyone goes crazy for tiramisù but not everyone knows how to make one! With the help of Geppy Sferra, we will reveal all the tricks to making an exceptional tiramisù, taking you through the various steps: from whipping the yolk to the final assembly. This is the perfect cooking class for kids from 7 to 12 years of age!

Tiramisù Masterclass with Giacinta Trivero

February 2
4pm – 6pm
Aula Dominici

Chef Giacinta Trivero from Tiramibloom will teach you how to make the perfect tiramisù using sophisticated pastry-making techniques. You’ll start with the preparation of a classic tiramisù followed by a special “blooms” tiramisù recipe, hand-picked by the chef for the occasion. Each participant will create three mini classic tiramisùs and three mini special tiramisùs to take home in an elegant tasting “Tiramibloom” box! The aim of the masterclass is to introduce participants to pastry-making techniques that can be adopted at home to allow participants to get more creative! You’ll be given all the equipment and necessary ingredients, just bring an apron!

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