April 27, 2011

Alert: A nice alternative to Cinco de Mayo- Le Virtu kicks off CAMPO on May 5th

Next Thursday- Le Virtu kicks off their CAMPO for the season.
What is a Campo?


It's a large grassy plain-an outdoor space for recreation.


Le Virtu- often thought of as a wine spot - is excited to serve up a ton of beer in their campo/beer garden on South Passyunk Ave.


Next Thursday kicks it all off with a big party.




For $40 (all-inclusive) you can enjoy 


THE EATS


Roasted suckling pig!


 Le Virtu’s staff will butler selections from Chef Joe Cicala’s Campo menu: 
Arrosticini (lamb skewers)
Salsiccie nostrane (housemade sausages) 
Spiedini di gamberi e calamari (shrimp and calamari skewers)
Bistecca (marinated flank steak)
Pancetta (marinated pork belly)
Verdure Grigliate (grilled seasonal vegetables) 
Olive all'ascolana (fried olives stuffed with braised pork)
Arancini (fried rice balls filled with beef and pea ragu)
Pizza fritta: fried savory dough
 Panini di porchetta (roast pork finger sandwiches)
 Bruschette miste (grilled rustic bread with housemade toppings, including duck liver mousse, pancetta, mushrooms, tomatoes).

THE POURS - there will be reps/offerings from the following regional breweries



STOUDT'S BREWERY
SLY FOX BREWERY
WEYERbacher
OMMEGANG


There will be Artisan wines from Abruzze and Dreadnought.


PURCHASE TICKETS BY CLICKING -
http://www.campolaunch.eventbrite.com/

It is $40 in advance and $45 at the door
Event is from 6 till 10


*****If you haven't read Craig Laban's recent review in the Inquirer- read here. THREE BELLS it is.

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