‘Cello Bar at Eataly Boston

Eataly Boston invites you to their pop-up lemoncello bar in La Piazza

When life gave them lemons, the Pallini family didn’t make lemonade — they made limoncello!  Try the classic Italian liqueur and more at Eataly’s pop-up ‘Cello Bar from July 16 to 29 in La Piazza.

Since 1875, the Pallini family has been producing Limoncello, a natural liqueur traditionally made with prized organic Sfusato Amalfitano lemons and pure alcohol from molasses sugarbeets. First founded in Antrodoco, a town in Lazio, the family business relocated to the heart of Roma in 1922. Today, a new generation of the Pallini family is committed to offering only the freshest possible flavors while using sustainable and efficient methods.

Pallini continues to use Sfusato Amalfitano lemons in their limoncello. Literally “Amalfi spindle,” the lemons are named after their unique shape and tapered ends. Exclusively grown and handpicked along the Amalfi coast, the lemons measure at about four times the size of your average grocery store lemon and weigh almost a third of a pound each.

Limoncello is one of the most versatile, beloved, and well-known liqueurs in Italy. At the ‘Cello Bar, enjoy Pallini’s Limoncello and Raspicello chilled alone or mixed into cocktails with their full drink menu, including the Amalfi Mule (Pallini Limoncello, Absolut Elyx, fresh lemon juice, ginger beer, mint) or the Lampone Spritz (Pallini Raspicello, Prosecco, basil syrup).

July 16 – 29, 2018
Monday – Sunday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.