It's a testament to Alitalia's string of failures that a limited-time menu on Rome to New York flights is something to get excited about. But when you're talking about the best market in two countries, it's enough.
As if we didn’t wish we were on a flight to Italy enough already, Alitalia and Eataly have partnered to create a limited-time “Eataly Menu” for the airline’s flights from Rome to New York.
The menu includes baked penne rigate from the Afeltra Gragano pasta factory; meatballs from Piemontese beef served with saffron rice and peas; carrot roulade and zucchini; breadsticks from Piemonte; Grana Padano DOP cheese; and peaches with Amaretto.
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