Our next regional Italian wine dinner, Emilia-Romagna is sold out, however we can wait list your reservation if desired. We are filling up approximately two weeks before the event. So we recommend reserving early. Reservations will soon be able to be made on this site on our events page.

“Gnocco Fritto” served with Prosciutto di Parma and Crescenza cheese from Bellwether Farm
Cantina Coviolo, Biologico Reggiano Lambrusco $15

“Insalata di sedano con parmigiano e noci” Celery and lovage salad with Parmesan Reggiano, walnuts and house vinaigrette dressing
Podere La Berta, 2016 Romagna Albana Secco $15

“Tagliatelle alla oxtail ragu” House made pasta served with braised oxtail ragu and parmesan Reggiano
Podere La Berta, 2015 Solano Romagna Sangiovese Superiore $25

“Braciole di maiale alla brace” Marinated pork loin chop in fine Italian herbs and extra virgin olive oil served with seasonal vegetable and creamy polenta
La Gerla, 2017 Birba (Toscana) $35

“Zuppa Inglese” The word “zuppa” (soup) in Italian cuisine refers to both sweet and savory dishes. It comes from the verb “inzuppare” which means “to dunk”. Since ladyfingers are dipped in Alchermes liqueur, the dish is called Zuppa. One theory states that it originated in the sixteenth-century kitchens of the Dukes of Este, the rulers of Ferrara. According to this story, they asked their cooks to recreate the sumptuous English trifle they had enjoyed in England at the Elizabethan court, where they were frequent visitors.
Served with our own Mutu Coffee Roasters Single Origin Columbia Cafe Femenino or Cascadia Blend Decaf (12 ounce bag $12.95)