We designed this whole sleepover around food! Dig into big bowls of hearty chili, homemade rolls and a rustic tart for dinner, then stay up late watching movies. In the morning, use leftovers from dinner to turn out a tasty breakfast. It's like being kids again -- but with much better food!
tips + ideas
SET THE SCENE
Give guests utensils and a note asking for help with brunch.
Welcome friends with pairs of slippers filled with mini toothpaste, soap and shampoo.
Put out blankets and pillows so everyone can get cozy after dinner.
DINNER AND THE MOVIES
Keep the party going with one of these food-themed flicks.
Two adorable Italian brothers labor over a failing business, complicated relationships and a potentially life-changing feast -- just like yours!
This "noodle western" follows a noodlemaker trying to improve her restaurant -- and spoofs American westerns and kung fu movies along the way.
Juliette Binoche moves to a tiny French village, opens a chocolate shop, wins over the townsfolk and falls in love with gypsy Johnny Depp -- yum!
In one wild night at a New York Italian restaurant, harsh words are hurled by a big-time food critic and gangsters from Queens threaten the owner.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
You can almost taste the Everlasting Gobstoppers in this classic -- and the Oompa-Loompas are as fun as ever.