As the 3rd season of The Bear has just been confirmed and as the 2nd one has just won a ton of Golden Globes we want to share with you why this iconic TV series - a must-see for all food-lovers is actually also a portrait of Turin and basically how Chicago and Turin are so similar in their polar opposite identity.
|La Farmacia Del Cambio, Turin
Before starting though, we need to make an announcement for all our wine lover friends and all those of you need 'an excuse' to visit Turin, on March 2nd - 4th there will be the 2nd edition of the Turin Wine Fair or Salone del Vino di Torino.
|Piazza San Carlo, facing Piazza Castello
|Piazza Castello with the Mole Antonelliana sticking out
|Unesco World Heritage Site Villa della Regina near Piazza Vittorio
|no restau-tramway in Chicago, but in Turin you can tour downtown and dine
|the farmers section of the Porta Palazzo Market
|agnolottini del plin with burrata, pistacchios and lime zest, only handmade
|only in Turin you can drink a 1600 bicerin coffee, our staple coffee
|Lingotto: modern FIAT factory with a racetrack, a museum and the 1st Eataly store
|Mole Antonelliana seen from the University with the Roman ruins
|our tiny and aromatic AF ramassin plums
|right where Mozart stayed in 1771 when he too visited Turin