Bar Bambino’s Easter Feast for Brunch April 24th 11 AM – 3 PM
28 March, 2011
La Festa di Pasqua in Italy is such a family affair, most families pack up a picnic lunch after Easter services and head off to the country to enjoy the sunshine after enduring the damp cold winter season. In tribute, Bar Bambino’s Executive chef Lizzie Binder has devised a northeastern Italian brunch menu highlighting classic spring recipes of the Tyrolean and Friulian regions. Please come and enjoy a three course prix-fixe feast from which there will be options to choose including among others: a pea, artichoke and green garlic Easter pie, buckwheat waffles with marscapone and elderberry syrup; a lamb shank and barley braise with a riced egg and torn mint; horseradish crusted Steelhead with roasted Easter radish and fava beans and the famed dolci of pastry chef Alyce Shields.
The menu will be offered Sunday April 24th 2011 from 11 AM to 3 PM. The three course brunch is $45 (beverages, tax and gratuity not included) Please call 415.701.VINO (8466) to reserve your seats or email email@example.com.
Triestine Easter soup of sauerkraut, speck and bean
Pea, artichoke heart and green garlic savory pie
Buckwheat waffles with mascarpone and elderberry syrup
Lamb shank and barley braise topped with riced egg and torn mint
Nettle malfatti with lemon brown butter and Parmigiano-Reggiano
Horseradish crusted Steelhead with roasted Easter radish and fava bean salad
Three perfect cheeses accompanied by dried fruits and nuts
Bar Bambino Ice Cream Sandwiches: house-made pizzelle with seasonal sorbetto
Potica of poppy seeds, walnuts and honeycomb
About Bar Bambino
Nestled on an edgy urban block of San Francisco’s Mission District is Bar Bambino, a neighborhood eatery that brings simple, elegant food and wine to the table in a convivial gathering spot. After more than three years of specializing in pan-regional Italian cuisine, Bar Bambino, under the direction of proprietor Christopher Losa and chef Elizabeth Binder has narrowed its focus to the northeastern corner of Italy, letting the diverse cultures found in Friuli, Alto Adige, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria and Hungry influence their offerings. Bar Bambino’s seasonally inspired cuisine is served in a lively and informal, urban atmosphere. Featuring locally and sustainably sourced produce and meats, house-made pastas, and inspired desserts, Executive Chef Elizabeth Binder demonstrates a thorough knowledge of northern Italian cuisine while her understated touch brings a lightness and elegance to traditional recipes. Since opening in April 2007, Bar Bambino has garnered local and national accolades, repeatedly named as a San Francisco Chronicle Top 100 restaurant and as one of Bon Appetit Magazine’s Top 10 Wine Bars in the nation.
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