Tapas vs. Stuzzichini – Informal Party with the Italian Chamber of Commerce

Last summer we held our first informal party in collaboration with the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the UK. The event, called ‘Birra vs. Cerveza’, proved to be a hit, with guests enjoying beer provided by Birra Moretti and Estrella Galicia, a member of the Spanish Chamber. For more information on our last party check out our blog here or take a look through some photos of the event here.

Building on the success of our last party we will be throwing an informal fiesta on 16th May. Once again Estrella Galicia and Birra Moretti are kindly supplying us with their products. The event is also being sponsored by Spanish Chamber member, Dorna Sports, who are offering guests the chance to win a pair of VIP tickets to the 2013 Hertz British Grand Prix

The emphasis will lean more towards food at our next party, which is aptly named ‘Tapas vs. Stuzzichini’. Guests will have the opportunity to sample some of the culinary delights that Spain and Italy have to offer.

We are excited to reveal that the party is being held at DSTRKT, one of last year’s most eagerly anticipated new openings. This central London hotspot is both a club and a restaurant and has become quite popular among A-list celebrities.

‘Tapas vs. Stuzzichini’, in collaboration with the Italian Chamber of Commerce in the UK, will offer guests the opportunity to network in a relaxed and informal environment. We expect this party to be one of the highlights of our summer events calendar, so make sure you don’t miss out and register here.


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