The festive season is here! If you are holidaying in Italy, you may be struck with this thought – where should I dine at during the holidays?
After all, most shops and restaurants will be closed during this festive period, leaving travellers and tourists to wander by the walkways outdoors, looking for a place to enjoy a warm dinner, while families cosy up in their homes for intimate celebrations.
Why not try out a heartwarming dining experience with the locals?
If you are exploring the beautiful city of Rome, make your way to Susanna’s, for a tasty meal on the eve of Christmas and on Christmas day. Susanna, who has hosted rooftop dinners (with a stunning view overlooking Rome!) and meals by the riverside, will set you at ease immediately with her warm and welcoming hospitality.
Not in Rome? Well, fret not, for there are lovely dining experiences elsewhere. If you are celebrating your holidays in bustling Milan, why not drop by Alessandra’s place this New Year’s Eve? We promise that you will be in for a delightful time, in a beautiful home buzzing with conversation and laughter.
Holiday-makers in Florence, lucky you, for you have two options to choose from! You could dine with Elisa on Christmas, feasting on delicacies like tortellini soup with beef, lasagna (hot and piping from the oven) and an enticing almond cake with cream and aromatic rose syrup.
Otherwise, you may like to have a dinner with Hans and the Medici family, who will welcome you with sumptuous Tuscan fare. Delicious food, great company, and enjoying your meal in a delightful home situated in the Tuscan countryside…it is hard to imagine a more enjoyable experience than this!
Enjoy these parties (with plenty of wine, of course!):
…In Rome with Susanna: Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve
…In Milan with Alessandra: New Year’s Eve
…In Florence with Elisa: Christmas and New Year’s Eve
…In Florence with Hans: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve
Got a question about these fun-filled home dining parties? Drop us a message at info[at]bonappetour.com, and we'll help you out!
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