Tratto serves up Italian tradition with a 7-course holiday feast

Dec 14, 2018 404

From December 18th through 24th, stop in for holiday revelry, dine with loved ones, and raise a glass to the spirt of the season in Italian style! An Italian-American Christmas Eve tradition, the Feast of the Seven Fishes is meant as an observance of fasting—a non-partaking of meat until the grand meal of Christmas Day. Known as La Vigilia in Southern Italy (where it originates), Tratto's version, now in its third year, presents a seasonal prix-fixe menu with optional parings from the sustainably farmed wine portfolio of Sonoma's Cline Family Cellars

The dinner will run for seven nights and includes seven seafood-rich courses including octopus carpaccio with chili oil; monkfish with tomato ragout gnocchi; and seabass with roasted root vegetables. The evening comes to a close with a surprise dessert, sure to serve as a delightful end to a robust evening of culinary excellence to make any Nonna proud.

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