An Italian Evening featuring Lars Leicht of Cru Artisan Wines
Thursday, October 30th, 2014
You Will Never Learn More About Italy in 2 Hours
I've taught tens of thousands about wine culture in the last 15 years; however, Lars Leicht is my teacher when it comes to Italian wine, food and their ways. His eloquence, humor, and amazing stories will captivate you.
Experience Six Courses with Six Wines
Lars chose the artisanal wines for the evening around a group of family recipes, all lovingly recreated in our Chef's kitchen for your sensory pleasure. Simply click over to the webpage to read Lars' notes on each course:
1. Cuvee Aurora Rose, Piedmont with Ventresca di Tonno
2. Fontina Candida "Luna Mater" Frascati with Eggplant alla Tavernetta
3. L'Ardi Dolcetto d'Acqui, Piedmont with Zuppa di Farro
4. Albinea Canali "FB" Lambrusco, Emilia-Romagna with House-made Pumpkin Ravioli and Brown Sage Butter
5. Poggio alle Mura Brunello di Montalcino, Tuscany with Fennel-Encrusted Grilled Pork Medallions
6. Rosa Regale Brachetto d'Acqui, Piedmont with Berry Salad, Hazelnut Torties and Dark Chocolate Short Bread
Call or email for Reservations: 770-668-0435 ext 4
"This is such a great restaurant - a hidden jewel! Try to attend - you will NOT be disappointed!"
- Yolanda Jones
You are cordially invited to join us on Nov 02 at 1:00 for our usual Portuguese lunch.
It will be buffet style $16.95 per person.
Cozido a Portuguesa
( a selection of meats, chicken, pork, beef, Portuguese sausages, various flavors, carrots, potatoes and cabbage all cooked together and served with rice.
Tilapia a Portuguesa
In garlic, parsley, fresh tomatoes, white wine sauce
Rice, potatoes, salad and caldo verde .
Please let us know if you will attend 770-837-3373
8610 Roswell Rd
Story & Photos by Sara Craig-Goodell
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