Feast of Little Italy Serves Up Family Fun

The twenty-first annual celebration of Italian-American heritage returns to Abacoa in Jupiter November 4-6

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Photo courtesy of Feast of Little Italy
Photo courtesy of Feast of Little Italy

The Feast of Little Italy returns to Abacoa in Jupiter November 4-6. This year’s festival will celebrate the theme “Italian American Heritage and Culture” with its quintessential welcoming ambiance, Italian-American entertainers, and authentic food by local chefs and confectioners. Admission is free.

Guests are welcome from 4 to 10 p.m. on Friday; 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday; and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Parking for the event is free.

Feast of Little Italy, the largest Italian festival in Florida, promises a weekend of entertainment, food, and fun in honor of its twenty-first year. Since its inception, the event has drawn generations of families with the promise of something special for everyone to enjoy.

Chef Erik Petterson. Photo courtesy of Feast of Little Italy
Chef Erik Petterson. Photo courtesy of Feast of Little Italy

Experience cuisine by national and local chefs sharing their talents on the La Cucina Galbani Cooking stage, including: Galbani celebrity chef Marco Sciortino from Come Dine with Me; Erik Pettersen of Evo Italian; Anthony Acampa of the Fat’s Where the Flavor’s At channel; Nina Tomasik of Nina’s Fresh Bakery; Chef Thomas Op’t Holt of Tavern Pi; and Elena Alfano of Pasta by Pollio.

Austin Giorgio. Photo courtesy of Feast of Little Italy
Austin Giorgio. Photo courtesy of Feast of Little Italy

Do not miss Voga Wine seminars throughout the weekend hosted by wine connoisseur Anthony Acampa, as well as beer, Prosecco, spritz, or cocktails at The Peroni Bar, Aperol Spritz Piazza, or Voga Proseco Lounge.

The weekend will also boast nonstop entertainment by DJ Michael, Char Mar Dance Studios, Tre Bella, Austin Giorgio, Marc Turo, Franco Corso, and more.

The Feast of Little Italy supports support Little Smiles and the Little Smiles Toy Drive, which kicks off at the festival. The nonprofit provides gifts and fun activities to children impacted by serious illness, homelessness, or tragedy. To learn more, click here.

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