The Municipality of Veria is characterized by a unique landscape offered by the plain and the mountain. Taking a walk in the shops of the area and depending on the season of course, we can distinguish the excellent quality of fresh fruits such as peaches, apples, plums and pears, various horticultural products such as tomatoes from Rizomata and papers from Agios Georgios villages, top meats from locally reared pork and beef, as well as delicious cheese products like feta, manouri and smoked cheese. These local raw materials are the basis of local, traditional and modern recipes of professionals and locals. The cuisine of Veria has influences from Asia Minor, Vlach, Pontic, and modern cuisine but with international dishes and local raw materials. The epitome of the Veria Gastronomy experience is the combination of fine dishes with the unique wines based on the predominant grape variety of “xinomavro” (sour and black). Food pairing and the combination of delicious food with local wines is the ultimate pleasure and experience. As the first local ingredients are many and multidimensional in taste and culinary art, the region also presents the culture of tsipouro. In the period of November, the local cauldrons are set on fire, because they boil the cauldrons and we have important “gatherings”. For tsipouro there is a wide variety of local dishes that accompany it. The dishes that we will taste in the local, historical restaurants of the area, have a great culinary presence in major gastronomy guides. In the last decade, great local chefs have created restaurants presenting traditional cuisine as well as sophisticated recipes served always with local products. At the same time food is accompanied with plenty of wine from their cellars. Veria also has a long tradition in sweets. The city of Veria is the home of an excellent dessert that is served in all pastry shops, cafes and restaurants, and it’s called the famous Revani of Veria.