With a brand-new year, it’s time to announce our first Taste & Learn event for 2017. It will take place on Saturday, January 28, from 4 to 6 p.m. We will all enjoy wines from Southern Tuscany’s Avignonesi Winery.
Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar will be open for dinner on both Christmas Eve and Christmas Night this year, allowing guests to select from either the regular dinner menu or opt for an elegant, prix-fixe Christmas feast.
Don’t know what to give the boss, staff, clients or extended family this season? Present them with an authentic taste of Italy with festive gift baskets, boxes of Nonna’s scrumptious Italian cookies or gift cards from Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar.
Members May Qualify to Be Selected for an All-Inclusive Tour of Italy’s Wine Regions with Gino and Rosalba Ferraro
Savor one of the season’s most anticipated indulgences – Italian white truffles – at a special wine-pairing dinner at Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar. “Tartufi e La Spinetta” takes place on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 6:30 p.m. and will feature selections from La Spinetta’s Tuscany and Piedmont wineries paired with authentic and imaginative Italian fare prepared by Chef Francesco DiCaudo.
When dining at Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar, you’re treated like family. This year, consider spending the year’s most popular family holiday at Ferraro’s, where you can focus on enjoying one another instead of spending the day toiling away in the kitchen.
To celebrate our 31st anniversary, Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar invites everyone to join us this November with a special anniversary menu priced at $31.31 per person. Offered Nov. 5 through Nov. 13, the menu features three courses spotlighting the restaurant’s best-loved, authentic Italian fare.
This Taste & Learn will be particularly notable as the wines come from the same region as our chef, Francesco DiCaudo. In celebration of this event, Chef Francesco has partnered with the winery’s export manager, Letizia, to create an extraordinary menu representing traditional dishes enjoyed by the winery’s staff during the harvest.
Indeed, it seems we simply cannot stay away from Tuscany! This month we’ll return to its beautiful rolling hills and world-renowned vineyards to feature the wines of Il Poggione.
We are excited to feature the wines of Santa Margherita from Alto Adige and Toscana. Santa Margherita made the varietal Pinot Grigio possibly the most famous white wine in the world.