Friday After Work- Let´s meet and great Italian Aperitivo Style
Dear Friends and Newcomers, dear Italy Lovers!
Recently I discovered a cozy place in Prenzlauer Berg - made by real Italians! So I decided to organize an event like I know it from Italy.
A common habit of the Italian people, practiced for the sake of hanging out with one's friends and enjoying good food and drink, is the Italian aperitivo.
Aperitive tradition means a drink/light meal that takes place at the end of the workday as a kind of warm up to dinner.
So the summer is calling us to mingle and to have fun together and to get in contact with some new friends!
The typical finger food Apertivi we have in Italy. We prepare food on the main table with all the niches we have (San Daniele, Frise, 4 different kind of cheese, Capocollo, mortadella, focaccia, bread, olives, Porchetta, etc), Yummy Yummy Yummy !!!
What will happen?
- You will be provided with one welcome prosecco or one 1 glass of wine
- Piedro and his friends will offer a wine tasting: 5 choices, 2 white-1rose-2 red for free ( included in the price
- free food
-each further glass of wine: 0,1l 3.00 EUR ( half a glass) and 0,2l 5.00 Euro
Additionally you will get 10% discount if you buy one or more bottles of wine to take home!
So please only sign in if you will make it for sure. We will prepare food and drinks - so we need to know how many people will show up!
Please sign off at least 48 hours before the event will start. With signing in and not signing off 48 before - you approve to pay 15,00 EUR for the event if you will not show up or conduct last minute cancellation.
If you cannot make it - it would be helpful to let me know - as common courtesy dictates.
Thanks for your esteemed understanding and hope to meet you soon having a great Italian Eve!
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