Before flying to the moon in June, celebrating retirement, milestone birthdays, or 50 years of wedded bliss, one needs an elegant venue to create memories of a lifetime. New York spots for dining and hosting events. There are grand places like American Cut on Greenwich Street and Babbo on Waverly Place, but Tarallucci e Vino is a gem New York residents and high-end clientele gravitate for fine dining and classic atmosphere.
Serving esteemed clients like Forbes, Harvard, and Chloe & Isabel has its own daunting tasks, yet the hardest person to please is the wife to be. Everything must be perfect for the big day, hair, dress, make-up, and the room she will announce her devotion to her betrothed shouldn’t be anything less than magnificent. Tarrallucci e Vino hosts listen, envision, and deliver beyond expectation. Even Cinderella would break her delicate glass slippers in a fit of envy over the fine details Tarallucci e Vino supplies. If My Big Fat Greek Wedding proved anything, wedding days are pure madness. No bride should ever have to ruin her mascara because of things like missing boutonnieres, wilting flowers or dirty silverware. Tarrallucci de Vino treats your big event like it is their own. They don’t promise perfection, but they come pretty close. Tarrallucci de Vino is sought after for their big events, but they also cater other events including intimate dinners for two. Recent events include Garibaldi Week celebrating the founder of the Italian Republic, Negroni Week donating some of the profits to Meals on Wheels, and custom made Father’s Day picnic gift baskets fit for a king.
Tarrallucci e Vino has four convenient locations in East Village, Union Square, Upper West Side, and Cooper-Hewitt. Each location is just as fabulous as the next. Founder Luca Di Pietro created an environment of scene-stealing decor, luminescent lighting, and culinary masterpieces passionately prepared by Head Chef Cara Hermanson and Chef De Cuisine Francesco Gallo is almost too pretty to eat. Almost. And what would a delectable Italian meal be without a fine glass of wine? Wine director, the grandson of Emilia Romagna, Lorenzo Baricca sets the palette ablaze with delicious vino. Tarrallucci e Vino does not disappoint. Tarrallucci e Vino is a true treasure and monument for all things classic Italian. Be sure to check out the gallery, menus, and testimonials at .