Truffle Season is upon us – all over NYC you will find delicious truffle tasting menus with wine parings

Davio’s Manhattan Executive Chefs Juan Tourn and Istvan Toth creating a special menu for the truffle festival.

In 1985, at the young and ambitious age of 24, Steve DiFillippo purchased a locally-owned family restaurant called Davio’s on Newbury Street in Boston’s trendy Back Bay. As Boston’s culinary tastes evolved, he transformed the location into a destination. Everything made by hand from the best ingredients. Serve everything from aged steaks to simple-yet-unique pasta creations.

Prunotto wines, whose vines grow in the same areas where the white truffles are found, will be offered as by the bottle pairings, including Barolos and Barbarescos. Davio’s will be presenting it’s exclusive menu (shown below) with dishes showcasing Alba white truffles paired with wines from the Piedmont region of Italy. Items will be available for order individually or as a tasting menu ($150).

About Davio’s:

The concept behind Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse is simple, regional Italian food with a focus on the grill. Davio’s offers everything from prime aged steaks, fresh seafood and salads as well as handmade pasta creations. Davio’s takes great pride in serving guests with an expert kitchen and attentive staff in the dining room, offering an exceptional dining experience unlike any other with a focus on hospitality. Chef-Restaurateur, Steve DiFillippo recently published his first business and hospitality book, It’s All About the Guest: Exceeding Expectations in Business and in Life the Davio’s Way. 

For more information visit www.davios.com or www.stevedifillippo.com

 

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