The next Sunday Feast is just around the corner on October 8, and the new chef at Tavolàta, Joel DeBilzan, has a hearty fall feast planned.
Tavolàta’s Chef Addam is competing in Cochon555 on Sunday, April 30th. The event hosts 5 chefs, 5 pigs, and 5 winemakers. The event is a nose-to-tail competition dedicated to supporting family farmers and educating chefs and diners about the agricultural importance of utilizing Old World livestock. Sample from 1500 pounds of heritage breed pork, craft cocktails, micro brews, and much wine! Tickets and more information are available on at cochon555.com.
Where: Fairmont Olympic Hotel
When: Sunday, April 30th at 4PM
Join us and root for Chef Addam at this great event.
Chef Addam has a whole lot of porky deliciousness planned for Tavolàta’s Sunday Feast on March 5. This dinner is always a favorite and starts with Housemade Charcuterie and goes on to Pork Skin Cacio e Pepe and Pork Neck Agnolotti. So much goodness—always best shared with friends!
Chef Addam and the Tavolàta crew are looking forward to hosting a wine dinner with two fantastic Italian wineries on Wednesday, May 13. Vie di Romans, from Friuli, and Pecchenino, from Dogliani, will both be represented at the dinner, sharing their outstanding wines.
The April Sunday Feast at Tavolàta will be held on April 5, Easter Sunday. Chef Addam Buzzalini will be cooking a springtime feast based around suckling pig, with an array of other seasonal dishes. Vegetable antipasti and a smattering of salumi lead up to the big event, and a traditional Italian Easter pastry finishes the evening off. The 6pm dinner is $65 per person, and as the Sunday Feasts often sell out, reservations are required.
The March Sunday Feast at Tavolàta explores the central region of Tuscany, home to Chianti. The March 1 dinner will dive into the cuisine of Florence and the surrounding region, with a selection of salumi, a dry-aged Porterhouse steak, and hearty vegetables and legumes.