Eataly’s First-Ever SeptemberFest: Sample From More Than 40 Italian Bites and Cocktails at the Prudential Center This Fall
Get ready, Boston: the biggest event of the season is coming. Gather your friends and family for Eataly’s first-ever SeptemberFest: a one-of-a-kind seasonal celebration dedicated to food, drink, and fun — the Italian way!
Set for Friday, September 16 from 7-10 p.m., the brand-new SeptemberFest transports the best of Eataly’s unique Italian marketplace to the Prudential Center’s South Garden for this all-new celebration. With over 40 food and beverage tastings, live entertainment, hands-on demos and more, this ultimate Italian experience is truly a can’t-miss event. The best part? Three dollars from every ticket sold will benefit Community Servings, a local nonprofit that provides medically tailored meals for individuals and their families.
Here’s what you need to know to make the most of SeptemberFest and ensure you experience all things Eataly.
Whet Your Appetite
At SeptemberFest, you won’t have to decide on just one dish – you can try them all! Watch as Eataly’s chefs grill signature spiedini from their greenhouse restaurant Terra, slice perfect pieces of prosciutto, cook housemade pasta in wheels of Parmigiano Reggiano DOP cheese and more, all right in front of your eyes and in the comfort of the outdoors. And what’s a festa without the drinks? Eataly will be featuring a variety of cocktails for you to tour throughout the evening, including selections from Aperol Spritz and Negroni Bars by Campari and craft creations from Pallini Limoncello. Plus, enjoy sips of bubbles from Ferrari Trento, find a variety of Italian wines, and even sample local beer throughout the South Garden for an unbelievable drink-filled evening.
Making the Most of SeptemberFest
In addition to long-beloved Italian drinks and bites, SeptemberFest will also feature live entertainment and interactive demonstrations all night long. Enjoy live music from Young Love & the Thrills as you take in the best of the fest: imagine fresh pasta demonstrations led by Eataly’s ace pasta makers, mini painting classes led by local artist Laurel Greenfield, and even surprise moments throughout the night that you won’t want to miss.
If you want to get in on the action, head over to the Eataly website to get your tickets today. General admission is $120 and you’ll enter at 7 p.m. All tickets include full access to all food stations, four drink tickets for use at beverage stations and bars, and a tote bag from Eataly sponsors. Additional drink tickets are also available for purchase on-site.
And since it’s all for a good cause, you can give back as you sit back, relax, and enjoy the preeminent food and drink event of the season.
Boston magazine is an official media sponsor for Eataly’s first-ever SeptemberFest. For more information on the festival and to get tickets today, head here.This is a paid partnership between Eataly and Boston Magazine's City/Studio