Firehouse Debuts Regional Italian Dinners
Northeast Dekum's wood-fired neighborhood gem is dishing out three courses of monthly-shifting regional dishes every Monday night.
After nearly four years serving sublime under-the-radar wood-fired Italian fare, chef owner Matthew Busetto of Northeast Dekum's Firehouse Restaurant is shaking things up with a new monthly-changing regional Italian tasting menu.
The $30 three-course meals will be available every Monday night beginning February 4th, and aim to showcase the nuances of Italian regional cuisine from Sicily to Sardegna. The menus will feature suggested wine pairings (think small, hard-to-find producers from the featured region) for $5 a glass, and a dessert add-on option for $5, allowing diners to customize their dinners according to their taste and budget.
First up? A flavorful tour of Sicily, including cauliflower and caciocavallo (a fresh curd cheese related to mozzarella fritters, tomato and rosemary braised squid with Ceci beans, and grilled lamb shoulder with roasted sunchokes and samoriglio—a traditional Sicilian sauce comprised of lemon juice, olive oil, minced garlic, and chopped herbs. Dessert options will include Sicilian ice cream sandwiches made with candied orange ice cream in a brioche bun.