Movie inspired menus for the Italian Restaurant Week

Italian Restaurant Week

Italian Restaurant Week

From today to the 23rd of November, a series of events celebrating Italian gastronomy and heritage will be taking place in Los Angeles during the First Italian Cuisine in the World Week. The events are proudly presented by the Consulate General of Italy, together with ITA, with the Italian Cultural Institute, the IACCW and the Italian National Tourist Board.

Italian Restaurant Week  - November 16- 23, 2016 – various local Italian restaurants

On the occasion of the First Italian Cuisine in the World Week and the return of Cinema Italian Style, the premier annual Italian film showcase in Los Angeles, a selection of authentic Italian restaurants celebrates the Italian culinary and cinematographic heritage through special film-inspired menus.  Organized by: Italy-America Chamber of Commerce West and Accademia Italiana della Cucina.

For more information click here. http://www.accademia1953.it/en

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