Street food, craft beer and food trucks

Piazza Caricamento and Piazza Falcone Borsellino is where to go for street food, craft beer and food trucks, from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. from Thursday May 9 to Saturday May 11, and 12 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. on Sunday May 12.

This is your chance to taste all the excellence of street food from across Italy all in one place, discover traveling restaurants and wash it all down with the finest Italian craft beers.

WHO’S COOKING?

EMILIA ROMAGNA

LIGURIA

  • Camugin Italian Street Food: started in 2013 by a group of friends from Genoa, today the project has grown partly thanks to the chef Riccardo Nobile, whose passion and creativity is focused on promoting Ligurian cuisine.
  • Consorzio della focaccia di Recco con formaggio: flour, fresh cheese, extra virgin olive oil, water and salt are the ingredients of the uniquely delicious traditional foccaccia of Recco.
  • Dalpian Agrigelateria: a pure environment, water from the source, carefully cultivated soil: this is what makes the fruit of Dalpian such perfect ingredients for ice cream.
  • Mitilicoltori di La Spezia: mussels from La Spezia, in the sea of the Cinque Terre, and the bay of Palmaria island.
  • Pastificio Novella: fresh stuffed pasta and gnocchi, from the Paradise Gulf.
  • Trattoria dell’Acciughetta: their cuisine is based on “the flow of freshness”, and all their imaginative creations are made with carefully-studied tecnique.
  • Zena Zuena: a modern version of the old Genoese sciamadda, a restaurant that used to sell vegetable cakes and farinata. Simple service, accessible prices and high-quality products.

LOMBARDY

  • Pantura: storie di cibo: sustainable street food by bike, invented by two guys from Altamura who’ve moved to Milan: taking their food with them on a cargo bike. At the core, of course, the famous Altamura bread.
  • Urban Food Italy: a project from Milan which has trained 20 young people to be traveling chefs, with 10 food trucks between them.

MARCHE

  • Migliori olive all’ascolana: olives are pitted, stuffed and coated with flour, egg and breadcrumbs. They’re then fried in extra virgin olive oil. A classic Slow Food snack!
  • Scottadito: from San Benedetto del Tronto since 2012. Three friends who’ve decided to work and travel across Italy together in a Piaggio Ape, presenting three products that represent the symbolic street food of Marche and Abruzzo: Ascolani olives, fried fish and arrosticini.

SICILY

  • Alaimo and Conticello, Palermo street food since 1834: over 180 years making the most popular specialties of the Sicilian capital.

FROM FURTHER AFIELD

  • France: Natural Breton Oysters
  • Slow Food Nippon: Japanese Fish School

WHAT’S ON TAP?

LAZIO

LIGURIA

MARCHE

PIEDMONT

SICILY

TUSCANY

VENETO

CZECH REPUBLIC

SLOVAKIA

  • Slow Food Tatry – Umami