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La Piazza

La Piazza

Do as the Italians do and have an aperitivo al bar! Join us in La Piazza at Il Bar in Piazza for some light bites and the aperitivo drink of excellence, the Negroni! Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis; Il Bar in Piazza does not accept reservations.


11:30 a.m.- 9:00 p.m.

Friday & Saturday
11:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m.


On October 27, we celebrate Parmigiano Reggiano® Night, a day of acknowledging the hardships caused by the pandemic.  In collaboration with Food for Soul, Parmigiano Reggiano® is raising awareness to empower sustainable, ethical food systems and food assistance to those who need it most. But we are taking it a step further... we will be celebrating all week at Il Bar in Piazza! Discover the breeds of Parmigiano Reggiano DOP with a special dish, available for a limited time only. For every dish sold, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Food for Soul.

Then on Wednesday, October 27 at 5pm, stop by La Piazza to catch Chef Michele Casadei Massari, Parmigiano Reggiano Brand Ambassador, open a wheel of Parmigiano Reggiano and make a complementary special pasta dish inside the opened wheel. Pair it with a complementary Parmigiano Negroni, a classic negroni with a spin of 36-months Aged Parmigiano Reggiano. See you there amici!


Bittersweet and refreshing, the Negroni is one of Italy's most renowned cocktails. This classic cocktail made with equal parts Campari, sweet vermouth, and gin, was created as a way to kick up a notch the usual Americano. So we are collaborating with Campari to bring the cultural experience of the Negroni to our Piazza. Take a seat, have a sip, and learn all about the Negroni!

Interested in the full Negroni legend? Pick up a Negroni and learn more here!

Negroni Cocktail at Eataly


This Italian bitter aperitif was invented by Gaspare Campari in Novara, Piemonte in 1860, who wanted to create a cordial of his own. More than 160 years later, the bittersweet and herbaceous liqueur is adored worldwide, and used to make many unforgettable cocktails.

Campari Negroni Week 2021 pic 2


An aperitivo is a pre-meal drink and the experience of aperitivo is an Italian cultural ritual. Derived from the Latin aperire, the tradition is meant “to open” the stomach before dining. “L’appetito vien mangiando,” roughly translates to “eating awakens the appetite.” Accordingly, for centuries Italians have said cheers over drinks and appetizers in the early evening hours between work and dinner.

Join us at Il Bar in Piazza for a wide variety of Italian cheeses, cured meats, lightly fried bites, fresh oysters, and – of course – a Negroni, for an aperitivo or before dining in any of our full-service restaurants.



Ti aspettiamo - see you there!