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Tripe Alert!

December 2nd, 2015|Categories: Coming up..., This Just In|Tags: |

For the next few evenings, Jonah's offering up a classic rendition of trippa alla romana, with tomato, garlic, herbs and Parmesan, upstairs in the restaurant.

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An Easy Way To Order For Dining At Home

December 1st, 2015|Categories: Coming up..., This Just In|Tags: , , |

Be warned: words like "smartphone" and "app" below. The rosticceria menu downstairs is doing splendidly. People are loving the food and the price. If you haven't tried it yet, we encourage you to. But there's [...]

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Truffles for Home

November 24th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Coming up..., Kitchen Notes|Tags: , |

We're passing along the surplus of white truffles from our amazing truffle dinners to you!

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Truffle Pizza

November 24th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Coming up..., Events, Kitchen Notes, This Just In|

  We continue to have white truffles on the menu. We love them particularly on our  charcoal-grilled crostino of fonduta Val d'Aosta with shaved white truffle. Rich flavors are particularly comforting on rainy days.

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Musicians from Valley of the Moon Music Festival: Beethoven and Haydn

November 21st, 2015|Categories: Commons Past Events, Events, Meyer Sound|Tags: , |

Friday, November 27th, from 8:45 pm to 10:45 pm
$80

Join us for a light, 3-course prix-fixe dinner and an evening of Beethoven and Haydn at Oliveto Restaurant. Presented by Valley of the Moon Music Festival. Following the program, there will be time to meet the artists.

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Sunday Impromptu Concert

November 18th, 2015|Categories: 2015, Commons Past Events, Happened already..., Kitchen Notes, Meyer Sound|Tags: |

This Sunday, we'll be interrupting our regularly scheduled program for an impromptu performance by cellist Tessa Seymour and guitarist Jiyeon Kim, two prodigiously talented artists from the Curtis Institute of Music with exceptionally bright futures before them.