Addo' magnano duje ponno magna' pure tre.
Dove mangiano due possono mangiare pure tre.
Where two can eat, so can three.
House Selection of Italian Cold-Cuts & Cheese, Coppiette* (Roman-style Pork Jerky), Giardiniera*, Pasta Fritta
Mixed Salad - (Serves 2)
Greens, Artichoke Hearts, Cucumber, Fingerling Potatoes, Onion, Capers, House Vinaigrette
Prosciutto, Mortadella, Pork, Ricotta and Parmesan Filling in Saffron Sage Butter Sauce
Porcini Mushroom Ragu, Béchamel and Parmesan cheese - (Please allow 15-20 minutes)
Tomato Sauce, Fresh Mozzarella, Basil, Grated Parmesan
Tomato Sauce, Pork Sausage*, Fresh Mozzarella, Sardinian Feta, Calabrian Chilies
Tomato Sauce, Zucchini, Smoked Eggplant & Paprika Puree, Eggplant, Roasted Peppers
Mushroom reduction*, Fresh Mozzarella, Mushrooms, Parmesan, Truffle Oil
Caramel Whipped Cream
Trentino, Lavis Classici 2016
This refreshing white hails from north-eastern Italy’s Trentino region, close to the Dolomite mountains. Its geographic origins are the source of its pleasant minerality.
Sardegna, Cantina del Mandrolisai 2016
Rich floral aromas complement its ripe fruit flavors; yellow straw in color. One connoisseur writes that this wine, not fully known in the US yet, will tantalize the licentious palate. Who doesn’t want to tantalize their licentious palate?
Campania, Villa Matilde 2016
Pale straw yellow in appearance, it boasts an intense bouquet of blossoms and fruit, with hints of bananas, tropical fruit, and white peach, followed by a fruit-rich, well-balanced palate. Overall, this is delicious, crisp, light-bodied wine.
Toscana, Avignonesi Cantaloro 2017
This is a terrific rosé for summer, or year-round for that matter. It is dry, delicious and pairs well with pretty much everything.
Eminently enjoyable prosecco. Our house prosecco for spritzes.
Veneto, Adami Bosco di Gica
From Italy’s famous prosecco producing Valdobbiadene region. The professionals say hints of yellow apple and peach, with the scents of wisteria and acacia blossoms. What do you taste?
Alta Langa Brut
Piemonte, Enrico Serafino
A vibrant dry sparkling wine that offers delicate, appealing aromas honey, yellow flowers apple, bread crust, and hints of citrus.
Etna Nerello Mascalese
Sicilia, Terre dell’Etna 2015
100% Nerello Mascalese grape. Interestingly described by its producer as an “aristocratically liberal” wine, this fragrant, light-bodied red pairs well with all foods.
Piemonte, Enrico Serafino 2015
A fresh and smooth medium bodied, dry red wine from the Langhe region. With hints of cherry, currants and spices, it’s like year-round Christmas.
Le Marche, Garofoli Piancarda 2015
Balanced, full-bodied, and ruby red. Reminiscent of dark berry and olives, with smoky notes. On the palate, it is dry, soft and elegant.
Piemonte, Cordero di Montezemolo 2015
Vivid color with medium intensity; aroma of berries and violets. Fresh and robust, full flavor.
Emilia, Cleto Chiarli Vecchia Modena 2017
Crisp and slightly tart, this delightful, dry Lambrusco is a far cry from its very sad cousin some might remember from the 70s, Riunite. This Lambrusco is refreshing wine that pairs well with the traditional foods of the Emilia region in Italy. Not to mention pizza!
MENABREA Beer, Amber or Blonde
Aperol or Campari Spritz