Celebrating Italian Culinary Traditions For OVer 30 Years!
Celebrating Italian Culinary Traditions For OVer 30 Years!
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Italian Feast

Feast update from Tony Torrone

It was a tough decision, but after participating in Italian feasts for over 40 years, I decided to take a break this summer. It feels strange to step away from events that help preserve Italian traditions and culture, and I will certainly miss them and the people who attend. Over the years, I have traveled up and down the east coast, from Baltimore to Boston, and have met countless wonderful people who have become both friends and loyal customers.

Every conversation was a joy, and I loved to reminisce with you about your family's Italian traditions. It has been heartwarming to know that I was able to help your families carry on the cultural legacy that is so important to us. The friendships that have developed over the years will always hold a special place in my life, and I cannot thank you enough.

While I won't be able to physically attend this year's feasts, that doesn't mean we can't continue to celebrate Italian culture and traditions. My daughter, Anne Marie, has been shipping Italian confections since 2006 through torronecandy.com, and she will continue to "bring the feast to your doorstep" by providing you with torrone throughout the year and other holiday treats at Christmas time.

Although we are taking a break this year, we are looking into our options for getting back out there for the 2024 feast season, and we will keep you updated.Torrone Stand Dad

Buona festa e grazie mille,

Tony Torrone

Andiamo alla Festa! Stop By Our Torrone Stand!

Every year since 1988, our family has attended a number of Italian festivals throughout the Northeast, offering delicious Italian sweets and treats from our traveling cart. In 2006 we began offering our products online, but have continued our yearly festival appearances to visit with our loyal customers. Their delighted smiles and exclamations of "Just like Nonna used to give us!" between bites, never get old!

Find us at one of these festivals from June - October, say "ciao!", and enjoy a piece of torrone or a few biscotti. Can't wait until we're in your hometown? We'll bring the feast to you! 

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Torrone Stand Items

What you'll usually find in-person at the torrone stand:

You'll find a wide assortment of torrone as well as other items that we don't sell online - ceci, ceci e fava, nuts on the string, andrite, pumpkin seeds, lemon biscotti, anisette, St. John's Bread, bumper stickers, keychains and more!

Delaware

St. Anthony's Festival
Wilmington, DE
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Massachusetts

Fisherman's Feast
Boston, MA
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St. Lucy's 
Boston, MA
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St. Anthony's Feast 
Boston, MA
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New Jersey

St. Ann's Feast 
Hoboken, NJ
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St. Joseph's Festival 
Lodi, NJ
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Feast of St. Gerard/St. Lucy's Church
Newark, NJ
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