At one time, found throughout northern Italy, Frasci were friendly and informal gathering places, a destination for farmers, friends, and families to share a meal and a bottle of wine. Identified by a tree branch hanging over a doorway, they were a symbol of local farm cuisine, wine, and warm hospitality. As the harvest came to a close, the branch would wither and change color to indicate the end of the season. The Frasca would then close its door until the next year.
Well, mfkb is doing a Frasca for one lovely Sunday evening. Come join us for some regional northern Italian cookery, wines, amari, and hospitality.
And it's an afordable night to relax. $50 includes dinner, gratuity, ky sales tax, and RESY booking fee. Leaving only your beverage(s) of choice to be decided on.