May 5, 2011

The Next 72 Hours: Campo, Firkins, and Trains


Le Virtu's CAMPO (lawn area) Grand Opening is tomorrow 6 till 10. Tickets in advance just $40 and $45 at the door.
That gets you a ton of grilled meats and regional beers and abruzze wines.
Here is a more detailed menu showcasing Chef Joe Cicala's talent:

 maialino (whole roasted suckling pig), 
arrosticini (small cubes of marinated, skewered lamb)
 housemade sausage, grilled pancetta (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)
piadine (Italian flatbread sandwiches with ricotta, arugula and house-cured salumi), etc...

Purchase advance tickets here 
Read Craig Laban's recent Three-bell review here.

It's nice hearing that Prohibition Taproom is doing so well. I have always had a nice meals and memories of the 13th and Buttonwood bar. This Friday 6:30- we'll be tapping a firkin of "Jakes ESB" from Sly Fox. Come by!

As I've already mentioned- It's National Train Day and it's Sly Dog Gang day.  Join Wendy of DFH, Megan of Ommegang and myself for a few hours.  Some great stashed gems will hit the taps 6 till ?

If you're in the Pottstown area- Frank Smith Beverage is doing their Bottle Swap. They only do this twice a year- so hit it up if you're out that way. 

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