Homemade Italian in Brooklyn’s Little Italy District Dinner

Experience classic Italian dishes with market fresh ingredients sourced locally and specialties imported from Italy. What to expect : • Homemade Italian dishes made with secret family recipes • Wine included and guests are encouraged to BYOB • Located in Brooklyn's Bensonhurst neighborhood considered "Little Italy" to NY locals • One communal table that can seat up to 8 people, outside dining if weather permits • Can cater to vegetarian options upon request Is this your first Eatwith experience? Use the code 06AB9560 to get 12$ off at checkout! About your host Michela: “I moved to Brooklyn into my husbands’ grandparents’ 100-year-old home from my home town in Brisighella, Italy, right out Tuscany. My perspective of food is ancient and respectful of each ingredient I use in my meals, just as my grandparents taught me. Guests can expect homemade family recipes passed down through the ages.” Antipasto Mix of Italian cheeses Parmigiano Reggiano, Pecorino, Primosale, Ricotta fresca, Mozzarella, Goat cheese... Seasonal crostini Handmade sourdough bread with seasonal topping (like peppers, truffle, mushroom...) ,Primo piatto Handmade pasta Could be tortelli, tortellini, tagliatelle.. with a special handmade sauce ,Main course Steak, filet mignon, fish.. On side vegetables on season roasted or raw ,Dolce & caffè Classic Tiramisù A layer of Savoiardi cookies dipped in fresh espresso and a layer of mascarpone cream, some cacao powder on top.


Precio de el evento

  • Homemade Italian in Brooklyn’s Little Italy District


Opiniones (2)

  • Ute2019-04-24
    Great Italian food and people! Highly recommended :) 5
  • marisa2019-04-18
    It was a pleasant evening with authentic Italian home made food and great company. Michela is a sweet host and she and her husband created a special warm atmosphere around the table. Well done! 5

Horario de evento

  • De 19:30 a 23:00

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Evento de Michela

Hi everyone! My name is Michela but you can call me Miky! I moved here to Brooklyn from my home town in Brisighella, Italy, right outside Tuscany, after I graduated from University of Bologna. I live in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, with my husband and son, in my husband's grandfather 100 years old house. My prospective of food is ancient and respecful of each ingredient I manage, as my grandparents taught me. I decided to start Eatwith because I want to share a different food prospective of what you are used to see in restaurants in NY. In fact, if you want a “feel like home” experience this is the right one for you. My food is hearty, handmade, and each dish will tell you a different story from my country. If you want to see more about my cooking, or the preparation for your dinner by me, or even if you are a just a foodie, follow me on Instagram @notyourmotherspasta !

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