Happy Thanksgiving from all the families in the Vallone Restaurant Group to you and yours!
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If so, they must not have ever tried Ciao Bello’s.
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Above: Tony Vallone presents chef Bobby Matos to the sold-out crowd.
We just wanted to say thanks to the sold-out crowd who came out last night for the “Evening in Milan with Tony Vallone” event last night at Ciao Bello, the last in his series of Italian Regional Cuisine Dinners.
The star of the evening was the Osso Buco “Leonardo” (see image below): “a study of veal” including “a mini shank and chop with saffron-infused risotto.”
Above: Osso Buco “Leonardo,” named after Leonardo da Vinci, who spent many years living and working in Milan.
Yesterday’s dinner was the last in the series for 2014.
But Tony will be launching a new series in early 2015.
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Thanks again to everyone who came out to share this incredible culinary experience with Tony and his team!
There are still a few spots open for tomorrow night’s “Evening in Milan” dinner with Tony Vallone. This the last event in his 2014 Italian regional cuisine dinner series.
We are thrilled to share the news that Ciao Bello has been named Houston’s “Best Italian Restaurant” by the editors of the Houston Press for the SECOND YEAR IN A ROW! Ciao Bello also won for “Best Pasta”. Thank you, Houston, for making us one of your favorite destinations for authentic Italian cuisine and thank you, Houston Press, for the kind words!
This year, let Ciao Bello cook your Thanksgiving feast for family and friends with the restaurant’s “Thanksgiving To Go.”
The “Thanksgiving To Go” menu delivers all the classics of the holiday meal with the same attention to detail and quality that has made Ciao Bello “the best Italian restaurant in Houston” for two consecutive years (Houston Press, 2013 & 2014).
Left: the “Galleria” in Milan, Italy was the inspiration for our very own Galleria here in Houston.
Many don’t know that the design of Houston’s Galleria was inspired by the famous Galleria of Milan, Italy.
The Milan-Houston connection will be center stage at Tony Vallone’s November 5 “An Evening in Milan” dinner, where all the dishes are named after Milanese icons.
There are still a few spots left for this “not to miss” dinner, the last event in Tony’s regional Italian cuisine dinner series for 2014.
Image by Michele Ursino.