Eataly in NorthPark Center is hosting its Restaurant Fest, the fall edition of the premier culinary event, from Oct. 14-30.
The program will showcase ingredients like fresh truffle and caviar to make luxury dining an accessible treat, taking cue from the Italian saying “la vita è troppo breve per mangiare e bere male,” which means life is too short not to eat and drink well.
The fest’s menu will offer a new “guilty pleasures” menu, including miniature bites starting at $8, black and white truffle supplements (aka “Three Grams of Happiness”), and caviar bumps at Terra. Standout dishes include Manzo e Tartufo, the classic Piemontese riff on eye round tartare topped with slices of black truffle, and Caviale e burrata, a bite-sized choux pastry stuffed with house-made black truffle burrata and a spoonful of caviar.
In addition to specialty items, diners can explore authentic Italian cuisine in all of Eataly’s restaurants with two-course menus starting at $19 and wines by the glass for $10. The menus will feature fall-themed ingredients, such as pumpkin-filled ravioli with butter and sage, to coincide with peak harvest season.
For more information about Restaurant Fest, visit Eataly’s website.