RPM Italian is proud to host Dr. Federico Ceretto from Ceretto Vineyards of Alba, Italy. This five-course dinner features the best of Langhe, Barolo and Barbaresco - many of which are made in organic and biodynamic styles - paired with dishes such as Poached Eggs with porcini and white truffle and Brune Landaise Chicken. This dinner is $185 per person (plus tax; gratuity not included).
RPM Italian is excited to host Ram’s Gate Winery for a five-course food and wine dinner featuring small-lot Chardonnay and Pinot Noir from their Sonoma and Carneros vineyards. To complement the wines, RPM Italian will serve dishes such as Grilled Quail with Farro & Hazelnuts and Porcini-Rubbed Venison with Fall Vegetables. This dinner is $95 per person, plus tax (gratuity not included).
RPM Italian is excited to be hosting Revana Family Vineyard for a six-course food and wine dinner on September 13. With vineyards in California’s Napa Valley, the Willamette Valley of Oregon and the Uco Valley of Argentina, Revana has produced 100-point cult classic wines with the ability to show off myriad terroirs. To complement these wines, RPM Italian will serve such dishes as Roasted Mushrooms with Prosciutto & Black Truffle Salad and Dry-aged Steak with Roasted Late Summer Vegetables. This dinner is $150 per person, plus tax (gratuity not included).
Join RPM Italian for a Roman-style dinner featuring classic dishes from the country’s capital. This six-course event highlights both wines indigenous to the region as well as local ingredients in dishes such as Fried Artichoke alla Giudia and The Evolution of Cacio e Pepe. This Roman food and wine dinner is $75 per person, plus tax (gratuity not included). To view the full menu and to inquire about reservations, please visit rpmrestaurants.com or call 202-204-4480.
FROM COLORFUL TOASTS TO CAULIFLOWER STEAKS, YOU'LL BE CRUSHING ON THESE VEGGIE PLATES
Long gone are the days when Chicago was lumped into the Midwestern meat and potatoes stereotype. The city’s dynamic dining scene is now among the best in the country, with an abundance of restaurants and dishes that couldn’t be further from these old-school basics. The city’s vegetarian offerings are a prime example — unique and downright sexy. These are the best of the bunch.
Coming up with Chicago’s Top 10 Italian restaurants is almost setting yourself up for failure because it’s one of those lists that will inevitably make someone angry because you didn’t include their favorite. There are so many really good Italian restaurants in the city, from fine dining to affordable and family-friendly. Consider this list as your starting point.
Join RPM Italian and famous producer San Giacomo for an exclusive tasting event on Tuesday, July 18. The 5-course menu is expertly paired with wines handpicked by RPM Wine Director Richard Hanauer and highlights the best of the season in dishes likes Porcini & Bresaola Salad with Heirloom Spinach and Aged Parmesan and Gaspor Farm Porchetta with Fresh Corn Polenta. The dinner is $85 per person, plus tax (gratuity not included).
Visit these places to satisfy your carb-loading fantasies when in the District.
I think I probably started eating pasta before eating baby food. Maybe that is a hyperbole my momma told me, but I like to believe it. Pasta is a vital part of my diet that I do not think I could ever cut out. Since going to college, my goal has been to find the best pasta in D.C. for me to stuff my face with angel hair and tortellini.
So, here's a bucket list of some of my own personal favorites. Check out these restaurants if you want heaven decked in alfredo and red sauce:
Chicago is historically a meat and potatoes kind of town so it's no surprise that many of the country's top steakhouses reside here. From divine, dry-aged steaks at restaurants that span decades to luxurious Japanese Wagyu beef, the following 18 spots are a cut above the rest. Whether it's for a special occasion or just a lovely date night, don't settle for anything less than the perfect slab. Listed in alphabetical order.
Seven days, three types of spirits and one simple way to give back: That’s Negroni Week 2017. Presented by Campari and Imbibe magazine, RPM Italian joins several Chicago bars and restaurants to stir up classic Negronis and Negroni variations for a great cause. The RPM Negroni features Bombay Dry Gin, Campari and house-blended vermouth, and $1 from every one of these drinks sold will go to benefit the More Than Pink Project benefitting Susan G. Komen, the world’s largest breast cancer organization.