Italian culture is not just a lifestyle, but a life of style, and it does not get any more stylish than in their capital, Rome. From the 3rd - 31st October, you can experience this stylish city at The House of Peroni.
Peroni is an Italian Brewery founded in 1864, and its arguably best established beer is Peroni Nastro Azzurro. This premium larger was invented in 1963, but they continue to create innovative reinterpretations of the original, which they call The Collection. You can try these out in one of their three uniquely styled bars, alongside latest drinks from house mixologist, Federico Riezzo. Located on the top floor, you will also be able to dine on culinary delights from Bottega Wapping Italian restaurant.
Food and drink is for more than just eating though, as there will also be three art installations to view that have either been made from or inspired by food.
'Nathalie du Pasquier' by Ludovica Gioscia
Art will go beyond the kitchen as it explores all forms of house design from architecture to decor. These include sculptures, paintings, installations, photography and fashion. You will also be able to explore film and music, such as Bernardo Bertolucci's 1970s movie, Il Conformista.