Nov. 9 – 18, Ferraro’s will be one of just three Las Vegas restaurants taking part in Urbani Tartufi’s Third Annual White Truffle Festival.
You are in for an extraordinary experience in November when we will host a memorable dinner to celebrate white truffle season. This special evening will take place on Friday, Nov. 30, at 6:30 p.m. and will be held instead of our November Taste & Learn event.
We are pleased to announce our next Taste & Learn wine education and food-pairing event, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. On this special evening, we welcome you to enjoy exceptional wines from the Piemontese winery, Braida.
Our next Sotto le Stelle is on Saturday, Nov 17th, from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. As our guest, you will enjoy “Las Vegas Chef of the Year” Francesco DiCaudo’s traditional Italian grilled meats as well as pasta, risottos, and vegetables.
Our next Taste & Learn event will be held Thursday, Sept. 20, at 6 p.m. Please note the change to our typical day of the week. We’ve adjusted for this month only to accommodate the schedule of the representative from our featured winery, Umani Ronchi, which hails from the Marche and Abruzzo regions of Italy.
A menu of dishes from the Veneto region will be featured from Aug. 10 – 23 and, like each four-course menu in this first-ever series, is priced at just $49 per person
Next Stop: Tuscany – Visit Renaissance Italy’s Most Storied Region With Special Menu At Ferraro’s. Prix-Fixe Tuscan Menu Offered July 27 – Aug. 9th.
Journey to Chef Francesco DiCaudo’s home region of Sicily, the next stop on Ferraro’s Summer Regional Menu Series – Prix-fixe Sicilian Menu Offered July 13 – July 26
Travel to Calabria with the 2018 Summer Regional $49 Menu Series. All summer, Ferraro’s is offering a changing rotation of prix-fixe menus inspired by Italy’s most renowned culinary regions; Calabria’s menu will be featured from June 29 – July 12.
Join us for our next Taste & Learn event on Saturday, July 28, at 6 p.m. for a tour through some of Italy’s most intriguing “hidden-gem” wineries. Rarely are we able to encounter these lesser-known, but still amazing, wines here in the United States.