Love great Italian food and talking about art and design? Eataly Toronto has introduced a delicious new speaker series Cultura, so that guests can enjoy a three-course menu while learning from a local virtuoso.

They’ve announced the first three classes, which all look fantastic, but we’re definitely saving the date for the March 26th pairing, in partnership with the Power Plant Gallery. At this dinner, Power Plant’s Assistant Curator Justine Kohleal “will engage in conversation with the soon-to-be-announced Pre-Party Artist for Power Ball 2020”, while also leading a conversation about bold contemporary art, and the role it plays in society today.

“Cultura’s programming will enhance the guest experience with captivating conversations. Our vision for Trattoria Milano was to create a cultural hub: a place for art, a place for theatre, a place for literature, and a place to spark discussion,” says Nicola Farinetti, Global CEO, Eataly. “We see Trattoria Milano as more than a restaurant, it is an inspiring and immersive space that brings people together through food, art and culture.” 

Starting at $90 per person, guests will enjoy a welcome cocktail and a beautifully curated three-course Milanese-inspired menu with wine pairings. Tickets for this particular dinner with The Power Plant are not yet available to purchase, but will be soon. In the meantime, you can check out info about other evenings in the Cultura series and also browse the wide range of workshops that Eataly Toronto offers, for art/pasta lovers of all ages!