Tomorrow at 10:00, Cărturești Verona, downtown bookshop, opens Ograda, a fair with traditional and bio food. During November 29 and December 1, you will find here honey from Stupii din Livadă, various types of zacuscă (eggplant appetizer), jams from Gourmet tradițional in Țara Făgărașului, Les Saveurs d’Yveline, Cămara de la Munte, Café Verona and Rețete Vechi, bread made from bio flour from Covata cu Maia, just to name a few.

On Saturday, organizers planned an ie exhibition, open until the end of the fair. On Monday, at 15:00, well-known designer Adrian Oianu is scheduled to hold a talk on traditional Romanian costumes. Colorhood (former Atelierul de Print) will be present at the fair with Romanian graphic design.

On Monday, the fair celebrates Romania’s National Day in open-air, at Grădina Verona, with iahnie de fasole (traditional beans food), mushroom stew, grilled sausages and pork, chicken and vegetables skewers, plum, apple and lemon pies. Visitors can warm up with mulled wine and țuică, tea and apple juice.

Everyday from 13:00 to 20:00, Café Verona will prepare pancakes in the bookshop.

For updates on the schedule and participants, check out the event page.