Are you looking for a taste of Little Italy this February? Then you won’t want to miss out on this Whole Foods pop up experience!
Do you love Italian food? Would love a chance to experience an extravagant, family style meal that is spread out over six courses? Do you want to learn more about pairing everything from wine to cheese? If the answer to these questions is yes, then Whole Foods has the answer this February.
In a press release from Whole Foods Market, they revealed that on Feb. 20 they will be hosting a series of Italian-inspired pop up experiences across the country. These pop ups will take place in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Austin, and New York City, and will remind people of an authentic Italian “trattoria.”
The entire experience will be curated by the Whole Foods culinary team and will feature authentic Italian food, expert pairings of espresso, prosecco, and wine for each course, and even a demonstration of Parmigiano Reggiano wheel-cracking (which will include the chance to sample the wheel).
This is going to be the ultimate experience for Italian food lovers and that means that while there are limited spaces available, you will definitely want to get those reservations in. Reservations for the Italian-inspired pop up will begin on Feb. 13 and will likely fill up fast as this going to be an event not to be missed.
And even if you can’t make it to the Italian pop up experience, have no fear, as Whole Foods will be offering two weeks of promotions to allow customers to enjoy the wide array of Italian offerings their stores have available. Starting Feb. 12, customers will be able to enjoy their own Italian specialties with the help of “storewide promotions on specialties such as Mitica Parmigiano Reggiano, Bertagni Fresh Pasta, Made-in-House Italian Sausage and more. ”
With reservations for the pop up opening on Feb. 13, you will want to check out the links for tickets to each of the cities hosting their own Italian experience. You can also find the links to each city here: New York City, Los Angeles, Austin, and Atlanta.
What do you think of Whole Foods hosting an Italian food experience pop up? Would you attend one if it was in your city? Tell us what you think of this idea in the comments.