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  1. One of my favorite dining experiences was our first Quartiere dinner in Montalcino. The Quartieri are the neighborhood charitable organization that make Italian life so unique. We came to Montalcino at end of season and noticed several posters advertising various dinners for each of the four quartiere. Due to previous commitments the only one that fit our schedule was that of Quartiere Travaglio {the workers quarter}. We arrived at their Cena Di Bolliti {Bolliti refers to the meal: a boiled dinner, and to "bolliti" or hot under the collar" referring to the anger of the poor in a wealthy town. We were quickly accepted as honorary members of Travaglio and enjoyed a meal filled with great food as well as lots of love! It also allowed us to see the folks whose bars, stores and restaurants we loved enjoyed themselves on a well earned night off. Since that evening, our experience of Montalcino is vastly different than before. Every year, we stage a pretty similar meal right after the holidays. Bollito Misto, as served in Montalcino, consists of a wide variety of meats and "parts" simmered in a capon broth and served up as part of a great meal. The meal starts off with some of the simmering broth with fresh hand cut noodles & parsley. Next up was potatoes {we will add organic green beans if we can get some from Homestead Farms in Florida} served with aioli & salsa verde {In the Travaglio tradition, the potatoes were to fill the belly with a small amount of meat to follow.} Next comes the star of the evening, a platter of mixed simmered meats. Our will include Roseda brisket and tongue, D'Artagnan veal breast & capon meat, and more to be determined along with more of the aioli, salsa verde and with a non traditional mustard & horseradish mixture plus house mostarda. A fruit Jam tart is traditional, but we are leaving dessert in a TBD status. The cost of the meal is $39.00. For DR.Com member reserving for January 2 and 3, it is $30 and wine madness will be available to DR.Com members all nights thru the 6th. {wines $50+ are 33% off.} Please do mention DR.Com when you reserve or put it in the notes when reserving thru Open Table. Link
  2. dr.com Vegetarian Dinner at Dino Thursday, September 13th, 7 PM $35, $19 Optional Cocktail Pairings Tomato trio - Couscous panzanella ~ tasting of heirloom tomatoes w/Dino's Silk Road Spice Rub ~ Tomato soup Canelloni w/ greens ~ Risotto with Summer veggies Stuffed veggies w/farro & lentil stuffings & lots of cheese Mini Eggplant Parmigiana Baked peach & roasted plums, black peppercorn & vanilla gelato --- Optional $19 per person: Bellini w/ local fruit essence 3 mini cocfktails House infused cello featuring all house infused local fruit spirits & syrups --- All primary ingredients will come from a 200-mile radius and include farms such as Path Valley, Tuscarora Coops, The Fresh Link, Next Step, Tree & Leaf, Heyser Farms. Fully 1/3 of Dino's menu is vegetarian Save the date and RSVP here or to Dean, who will chime in with further details. Minimum of 8 people needed, maximum of 26. Prepayment through Eventbrite.
  3. If you want to be part of a mission and customer centered team, have some experience, stop by after 3pm to fill out an application.
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