The House of Peroni

Jonathan Stokes

Sure, the Italian beer brand is interested in marketing its product, but it's also come up with an interesting showcase of contemporary Italian culture covering artists and designers, food and music and, well, plenty of booze. Federico Riezzo's drink menu sees refreshing beverages combining Peroni Nastro Azzuro with orange, grapefruit and prosecco while culinary collective, Bottega Wapping pay tribute to Rome with slow-roasted rabbit and encrusted Roman lamb. A chocolate workshop with SAID pays homage to an annual chocolate festival held in Perugia, with guests creating their very own concoction to take home, and a masterclass with Burro e Salvia will teach participants to make two types of fresh pasta. Take a look at the full schedule of events, masterclasses and 'immersive creative experiences' at

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Mark Barlow

Felt like it was run by amateurs-no atmosphere whatsoever, hardly anything to see (we were asked to leave the art room as soon as we stepped in), and a good share of fake people. Tasty cocktail was only saving grace. Not a very welcoming place so we only stayed for one drink. Not sure what Peroni was trying to achieve with this?