Italian aperitivo

L’appetito vien mangiando,” is one of our favorite Italian sayings at Eataly. Why? It roughly translates to, “Eating awakens the appetite.” We could not agree more, which is why we love aperitivo. Discover how to enjoy this Italian ritual at Eataly Stockholm!



Every Monday to Thursday, from 16.30-19.30 | 150 sek

Discover one of our favorite Italian traditions – l’aperitivo! From Monday to Thursday, bring your friends to our lively meeting place La Piazza to try the cultural ritual like a true Italian: with a tasting of pizza alla pala-slices and a glass of wine or a cocktail. Price: 150 sek.

Get ready to say cin cin and enjoy an afterwork, Italian style!


Every Thursday, from 18.00 to 19.30 pm | 390 sek

Enjoy Italian delicacies at our afterwork at La Salumeria! Every Thursday, join our product expert Francesco for some of Italy’s best cheeses, cold cuts and 2 glasses of wines while he tells you more about the history, territory and producers behind the products. Price: 395 sek/person. 

Come to our Salumeria at La Piazza to enjoy this unique afterwork, in the heart of Stockholm.


An aperitivo is a pre-meal drink; the experience of aperitivo is a cultural ritual. Derived from the Latin aperire, the tradition is meant “to open” the stomach before dining. Accordingly, for centuries Italians have said cheers – cin cin – over drinks and appetizers in the early evening hours between work and dinner.

Traditionally, an aperitivo is a carbonated, bitter, and low-alcohol beverage, such as the Spritz, which is made with Prosecco, Aperol, and mineral water. More flexible today, orders range from wine to beer to a variety of mixed drinks.

A typical aperitivo spread includes crackers, olives, meats, cheeses, and bread. If you have ever enjoyed a salumi-and-formaggi board with a glass of wine in our restaurants you have had an aperitivo – even if you did not realize it!

Aperol spritz på Eataly Stockholm

Ti aspettiamo!

We continue to do what we do best and respect all official guidelines to meet the current situation safely. This means improved cleaning and remediation protocols, proactive and interactive health and safety training with our local staff, and proactive social distancing by placing all tables at least one meter apart in accordance with safety regulations.