Toscana is celebrated for its rich heritage across the world — and it's easy to see why. After all, this is the region that gave us world-renowned artists and artisans ranging from Dante and da Vinci to pici and Pecorino. Thus inspired, we are dedicating ourselves to Tuscan food and art for the next month! (But let’s be honest: we all know we’re here for the food.)
This spring, get a complete taste of Toscana at Eataly Boston through Tuscan dishes, artisanal products, and cultural activities. Eat (and drink), shop, and learn about the artists and artisans of Toscana!
EAT (AND DRINK!)
Step into our Tuscan kitchen with our chefs' regional dishes at our restaurants, such as Il Pesce's Grouper alla Livornese (wild grouper roasted with tomato, caper, olive and brodo) and La Pizza & La Pasta's Pappardelle con i Funghi (housemade pappardelle with roasted mushrooms, soffritto, and pancetta).
Complete your experience with a glass of wine from Frescobaldi, a Tuscan winery with 700 years of history. Enjoy a vintage paired with your meal in our restaurants, or stop by La Piazza to pick up a glass to explore the marketplace, wine in hand!
Introduce the artisans of Toscana to your kitchen with our favorite regional products in the market. From cantucci cookies by the bakers at Desideri to pici hand-rolled by the pasta experts at Pastificio Toscano, our shelves are overflowing with the flavors of Toscana.
And don't forget about the wine! Stop by Eataly Cantina for tastings, featured Tuscan vintages, and food pairing advice.
Discover how to cook like a Tuscan at La Scuola. This spring, our cooking school is offering a variety of classes and events, from hands-on pasta to cantucci flash labs to wine tastings. As you learn regional tips and tricks, you'll enjoy food and drink, prepared before your eyes.