The event to end all events.
The House of Peroni is opening its doors to the public at 5pm tonight but we lucked out and bagged ourselves a sneak peek yesterday afternoon.
The House of Peroni is on point, with trendy, inspiring bars, creative spaces and an attractive rooftop terrace, The House of Peroni are treating the gastronomes and imbibers of the city to a two week residency, based around the theme For The Love of Italy (Amare l’Italia). From May 19 - 28, guests will be able to attend a series of immersive Italian food, drink, fashion and cinema experiences.
The House of Peroni is open from Thursday May 19 - Saturday May 21 and Wednesday May 25 - Saturday May 28.
Although majority of ticketed events are sold out, there are still a few available; which you can buy here, the main bars are open to the public each night with absolutely no booking required nor an admission fee.
Taking over the kitchen during the two weeks are none other than Michelin-starred chefs, Luciana Tona and Ross Lewis, the brains and skills behind the famed Osteria Lucio in Dublin's Grand Canal Docks.
The theme behind the whole event is For The Love Of Italy (Amare l’Italia), which includes a five course ‘feasting’ menu, paying homage to all the best and tastiest produce Italy has to offer. Expect stunning ingredients, cooked authentically, and delectably. The event is sold out!
On drinks duty during that time is Dublin based mixologist Federico Riezzo, a Peroni Nastro Azzurro global brand ambassador, who has designed a cutting-edge menu of incredible infusions, using Peroni Nastro Azzurro as a main ingredient. Riezzo will lead his mixology team, bringing his creative Italiano flair to each and every bar.
In partnership with micro coffee roasters, Cloud Picker, The House of Peroni is showcasing the best and most delicious of Italian coffee with a fully stocked barista bar, doling out Italian espresso and other favourites.
On top of all this, The House of Peroni are also going all out with a film screening party, putting on some of the best Italian movies the world has ever seen. Partnering up with Film Fatale, The House of Peroni is bringing classic Italian style to Dublin with a screening of the timeless classic Cinema Paradiso. After the screening there'll be glam al fresco drinks on the rooftop terrace with a brilliant set-list inspired by the movie and classic Italian style.
The main House of Peroni bars are open to the public each night with absolutely no booking required nor an admission fee.
For more information about these incredible events, and so much more, visit The House of Peroni website. You won't be disappointed...