Celebrate Carnevale in true Italian style at our all-inclusive night of Venetian masks, Spritz, and cicchetti! Gondola not included; low risk of falling into a canal.
Carnevale is an annual festival held across the world but perhaps best known in Venezia. Like France's Mardi Gras, Carnevale is the final hurrah before the restrictions of Lent begin. During the celebrations, which can last from a day to a month, revelers are free to eat, drink, and dance without reproof. Every year, revelers flock to the famous Piazza San Marco to witness the elaborate costumes and masks, lively street parades, and regional food and wine.
On Friday, February 24, indulge in endless food and drink during our own Carnevale at Eataly! Explore bars of Italian fare spread throughout our restaurants, including cicchetti (small plates that traditionally line the counters of little bars for an aperitivo), fresh pasta, risotto, housemade focaccia, fresh mozzarella, and bugie (fried dough pastries sprinkled with powdered sugar and made only during Carnevale).
Sparkling, white, and red Italian wines will be flowing, as well as Venetian cocktails, like the Bellini and Spritz, and our own craft beers. Between the food and drink, enjoy live entertainment, face painting, and more during this all-inclusive event!
At $95 per person, tickets include unlimited food, drinks (yes, that means beer, wine, and cocktails!), and entertainment for the entire evening.