Edit: eat, drink, and innovate together

Edit is located in Turin, just a few minutes from the city center, in the post-industrial area where the Incet electrical cable factory used to be, on a semi-sheltered square with great charm.

In 2015, entrepreneur Marco Brignone purchased the structure to develop an original project that would join the world of food and beverage with the two contemporary trends of co-working and sharing economy.

The first step was designing the brewery, where you can make craft beer using an innovative system, with advice from master brewers, and enjoy it onsite or take it home.

Extending the same format to food and beverage, shared kitchens have been set up for anyone wanting to try their hand at cooking with a professional setup.

And the available space offered even more opportunities: the bakery, the pub, the cocktail bar and the restaurant with counter and open kitchen entice with gastronomic tastings and creative experiments, for a truly “immersive” experience in food culture.

Top-notch names have been recruited for each area: Michelin-starred chefs Costardi Bros. and king of pizza Renato Bosco, vegan chef Pietro Leeman and bartenders from “Barz8”.

This is how Edit – Eat Drink Innovate Together was born, with a name that conveys its very mission, at the heart of Turin today and ready to extend a new and exciting format to other cities tomorrow.

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Edit: eat, drink, and innovate together

Via Cigna, 96/17
+39 011 19329700


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