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Prosciutto Weeks at Eataly Los Angeles

Prosciutto Weeks at Eataly Los Angeles

Attention prosciutto lovers! From May 7 to May 20, we’re celebrating all things prosciutto, from crudo to cotto. Seasoned to perfection, this Italian delicacy has an irresistible sweet and salty flavor that's so delicious we've decided to celebrate it across Eataly USA.

Want to get a taste? Then, read on to discover all the prosciutto happenings at Eataly L.A.!


Our chefs get excited the moment hunks of prosciutto from Italy get delivered to our door. Each impossibly thin slice of prosciutto packs an abundance of salty and satisfying flavor. Following centuries of tradition, the pork leg is seasoned by hand with salts and spices (often according to a secret regional recipe), giving us the answer to all antipasto platter dreams. Trust us – once you taste it, you’ll get it.

Get a taste this week with special prosciutto-forward dishes at our restaurants and counters, from simple panini to Roman-style pizza con prosciutto.


Whether you’re an avid prosciutto eater, or you’re new to the world of this Italian specialty, we have the perfect excuse to buy prosciutto this week.  Check out these special offers in our marketplace!

Explore prosciutto crudo: From May 7 through 13, buy 2 pre-packed trays of Ferrarini Prosciutto di Parma 18 Month and receive a free 100gr Nonno Nanni Stracchino.

Then, get your cotto on: From May 14 through 20, buy 2 pre-packed trays of Rovagnati Gran Biscotto Prosciutto Cotto, and get a free 4oz Calabro Ricotta!


Do you know the difference between prosciutto crudo and prosciutto cotto? Or why Prosciutto di Parma DOP is called the “King of Hams”? And what about the many ways to pair prosciutto?

Find out all the answers this week! Explore the many varieties of prosciutto with complimentary tastings in our marketplace and sign up to learn how to make pasta al forno with prosciutto at our Scuola Class on May 10 at 6:00 p.m.

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Long live prosciutto!