Vicolungo The Style Outlets strengthens its food and beverage offer with “ANTONINO, il Banco di Cannavacciuolo”

30 May 2019 – Vicolungo The Style Outlets, the outlet centre located in Italy close to Milan, has increased its food and beverage offering with the opening of “ANTONINO, il Banco di Cannavacciuolo”, a new smart gourmet space by acclaimed Italian chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo. The outlet centre is managed by NEINVER— a leading outlet operator in Europe and the largest in Spain and Poland and is owned by Neptune -a joint venture between NEINVER and Nuveen.

Inspired by the Neapolitan tradition, it offers visitors a selection of gourmet products in a smart and also “on the go” version, including the famous fried pizza, eggplant parmigiana, the mozzarella in a carriage, sfogliatelle, babà, lobster tails and other iconic products. Inside, customers can also find a selection of the Chef's products, including packaged food, wine and books, among others.

This opening marks a new milestone in NEINVER’s food & beverage strategy, which aims to craft a compelling F&B offering across the portfolio by focusing on a high-quality, differentiated and varied food and increasing the offer. Moreover, it brings the total F&B offering to over 2,800 square meters. ANTONINO, il Banco di Cannavacciuolo joins existing dining venues, including Botega Caffe Cacao, an Italian bakery and coffee shop, and Signorvino, a casual, cosy restaurant serving classic Italian dishes and Italian wines, Roadhouse Meatery (Roadhouse’s premium steakhouse format), Tramè, a Venetian sandwich shop and Calavera Rapido Mexican fast food.

Vicolungo The Style Outlets, located near Milan, welcomes 4 million shoppers every year who visit 150 boutiques of major international brands in over 34,000 m² of retail space. The outlet centre, which has been expanded twice due to its growing success, will complete a €9 million renovation by the end of the year, led by the prestigious international architecture studio Chapman Taylor. Remodelling works include the renovation of the main square, the canopies and the street furniture, among others.