Refreshing drinks, delicious snacks in a delightful atmosphere. Come to Eataly Stockholm to try the Italian tradition aperitivo!
For centuries Italians have said cheers – cin cin – over drinks and appetizers in the early evening hours between work and dinner. We love this tradition, and want to share it with you!
Every Monday to Friday at 16.00-20.00, come to our Italian oasis for an after work with irresistible street food and delicious drinks. Order directly at the bakery, no pre-booking required. Please not that there won’t be any afterwork October 11.
Choose between three different offers:
Pizza | 185 sek
Enjoy our homemade, Roman “pizza all pala” and a drink from the dedicated list (red, white, sparkling, beer, Spritz). Every day our pizza bakers bake the pizza with a variety of toppings – choose your favorite!
Forno | 185 sek
Fried at its best. Choose your two fried favorites and a drink from the dedicated list (red, white, sparkling, beer, Spritz). With this offer you can choose between: arancini, croquette, Neapolitan pasta fritter or pizza montanara.
Delizia | 220 sek
Why choose just one thing? Treat yourself to a blend of the best from our bakery with a slice of Roman pizza, two fried specialities* and a drink from the dedicated list (red, white, sparkling, beer, Spritz).
*Choose between: arancini, croquette, Neapolitan pasta fritter or pizza montanara.
What are you waiting for? Bring all of your friends and colleagues to Eataly Stockholm for the best drinks and snacks, Italian style!
What is aperitivo?
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 Aperol spritz, which is made with Prosecco, Aperol, and a spritz of sparkling mineral water. More flexible today, orders range from wine to beer to a variety of mixed drinks.
Typical aperitivo fare includes crackers, olives, meats, cheeses, and bread. If you have ever enjoyed a salumi-and-formaggi board with a glass of wine at La Piazza at Eataly, you have had an aperitivo – even if you did not realize it!