“Keep talking about Easter and it will arrive“, we say in Italy.
And here it is, punctual as ever, to remind us that every winter comes to an end.
This year in particular, since the cold and the snow didn’t give us any respite, the need for relaxation and warmth is shared by everyone.
What better occasion than the long Easter weekend to enjoy some well-earned rest?
The only thing left to do is to cross our fingers for a favorable climate and try to balance the flow of friends and relatives.
In these days of celebration everyone is expecting lavish lunches, but it’s not always easy to find a volunteer who is willing to take the responsibility of cooking.
And in a land like the Langhe, where every corner is full of passionate and honest food, the choice of eating out is anything but rare.
The proposals cover every kind of preference, whether you opt for a touch of refinement or for a place where you can feel at home.
Here are some of our ideas:
Let yourself be delighted by the Easter and Easter Monday menu at the “Il Vigneto” restaurant in Roddi
A few steps from Alba, that finding a more “Langarolo” place is impossible, you’ll encounter a traditional farmhouse with a balanced touch of modernity.
The location is fully surrounded by Barolo vineyards, to remind of the value of this hills.
In the restaurant “Il Vigneto” the dishes are in perfect harmony with the mood: traditional, fresh and seasonal.
For Easter and Easter Monday, the chef offers a delicious menu consisting of two starters, a first course, a second course and two desserts, all for 45 euros per person (drinks excluded). Find out more
Spend a tasty and supportive Easter at the Osteria Sociale in Alba
Don’t get confused by the term Osteria: the Easter menu offered at the Circolo Sportivo e Ricreativo San Cassiano is able to satisfy even the most hungry palates.
The love for good food meets solidarity: the staff, made up in part by people with disabilities, offers you revisited dishes of the Piedmontese tradition with the use of organic and km 0 products.
The menu will be as follows: two appetizers, a first course, a second course and a dessert. Discover the menu
Although food is undoubtedly the protagonist of this weekend, not everyone wants to surrender to binge and rest in the shade of a tree.
The experiences proposed in the Langhe range from organized walks to a dive into the world of enology: families, young people, the elderly, everyone will find his own.
A romantic excursion in the paths of the Roero
The climate seems favorable, and the surrounding area is certainly exciting.
Easter and Easter Monday are almost here and a little stretch before sitting at the table is a must.
The Terre Alte association offers us, for Saturday 31 March, an excursion among castles, orchards, precious vineyards, green and silent valleys, religious places and breathtaking views.
The walk, of difficulty E (suitable for all ages) will last 6 hours with various breaks and resting moments, at a cost of 10 euros for all participants over 18 years. Discover the program
Amaze friends and relatives with an enological journey: go to Open Cellars
For lovers (or simply curious people) of the world of wine, the Langhe are the land of Toys.
In addition to internationally known names and large production cellars, there are producers who’ve been carrying on the history and tradition of our vineyards for generations.
These characters will welcome you personally on Easter and Easter Monday, with proposals of various types: from simple tasting to a complete lunch in the cellar. Find out more about the producers
Dive in the past at the Dragon Court of Prunetto
A magical day for adults and children, a different and informative experience for those who are not satisfied with an ordinary afternoon.
Spend the day of Easter at the castle of Prunetto surrounded by an interactive medieval atmosphere: themed rooms, animated visits, but also dames, flag-wavers, armigers and falconers.
From 10am to 7pm various free events will alternate, with exciting activities for all tastes. Find out about the program