Federal Hill’s Massimo Restaurant Announces Monthly Wine Dinner Series

Saturday, February 11, 2017
GoLocalProv Lifestyle Team

Massimo Restaurant on Federal Hill has announced a new monthly wine dinner series. 

The February dinner is set for February 24 at 7 p.m. 

Each month’s wine dinner will feature a new Italian town or region with a four course menu, each course paired with wine. 

The dinners will be hosted by food and wine director Cristiano Labia and a special guest from wineries. 

The dinners will be priced at $49 exclusive of tax and gratuity. 

The February dinner menu is as follows: 

  • Tallulah's Tacos, Providence

    The collective prayers of taco loving city dwellers--like us--were answered recently when uber-talented local chef, Jake Rojas, brought his version of Cali-Mex to Providence. Chef Rojas is one of the most talented  chefs in Rhode Island, and his Talulah on Thames, in Newport, is one of our best restaurants. Rojas takes his fine dining training and ingredients and adds in the greatest ingredient of all--love. Years of learning at the hips of grandmothers and grandfathers and fathers and mothers brings a depth of flavor that most can only hope to achieve. Try everything. There hasn't been a bad bite in 5 recent visits. 146 Ives St. 849-2433, http://www.tallulahonthames.com

     

     
  • Stoneacre Pantry, Newport

    A recent overnight in Newport left us wondering what to do for brunch. We were down near the waterfront so we headed over to new local fave Stoneacre Pantry. We started where the menu began, with the biscuits. We had the Gruyere and the sausage gravy versions. Both were buttery, flaky and delicious. After that we tried some of the charcuterie and then shared the egg sandwich with local bacon, arugula, Gruyere, and a wonderful house mustard. The mustard provided a perfect balance to the richness of the rest of the ingredients. We would never had thought of mustard with bacon and eggs, but we're glad they did! 515 Thames St. 619-7810, http://www.stoneacrepantry.com

     

     
  • Rogue Island, Providence

    One of the best parts of the renaissance of the Arcade, in Downcity, was the opening of Rogue Island. This delicious stop features local, farm to table food that is a really good. We began with the warm pretzel bites and the pickled vegetable plate. The housemade pretzel bites are everything the frozen, chain restaurant version wish they could be. The pickle plate was the perfect refresher before the epic entree. When you see Blackbird Farm pork belly, you get it. When it's cured with New Harvest coffee, served with sweet potato hash, an apple gastrique and a slow cooked farm egg? You experience the best non-breakfast you've ever had. 65 Weybosset St. 831-3733, http://www.rogueislandgroup.com

     
  • Two Ten Oyster Bar and Grill, Wakefield

    There is a little spot along Route 1, in South Kingston, that has been a myriad of different restaurants through the years. Here's hoping this one sticks around a while. Two Ten Oyster is a perfect spot for a post-beach detour. The views of Salt Pond are terrific on their own, but when you add in some fresh, local seafood and creative drinks, we're there. We started with the fabulous Walrus and Carpenter oysters and a crisp wine. We didn't make it much further. They were so good and so perfect we ordered more and ended up here until sunset. Summer doesn't get much better. 210 Salt Pond Rd. 782-0100, http://www.twotenobg.com

     
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