Pizza Week at Pizzeria Stella

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We are in the middle of Restaurant Week across the city, but if you are anti-Restaurant Week (we know there are at least a few of you), check out Pizza Week at Stephen Starr’s Pizzeria Stella.

For the first course, you have a choice of any one antipasti, soup or salad on the menu. Some of the options include:

  • Shrimp Arrabbiata: pan-roasted shrimp in “angry” sauce and flatbread
  • Polpette: wood-roasted meatballs, peppers & onions and aged provolone
  • Salumi Mixto: hot coppa, rosemary cotto, prosciutto, felino, soppressata and flatbread

For the second course, you can choose from any pizza on the menu. Some of the options include:

  • Tartufo: black truffle, egg and fontina
  • Porchetta: slow roasted pork, rosemary, fennel and fontina
  • Piccante: capicola, crushed red pepper, aged provolone and tomato

For the third course, you will have a choice of any of the house-made gelatos, including flavors like olive oil and honey mascarpone.

That’s not all. Each patron gets a choice of one soda, house red wine, house white wine or draft beer. Bon appetit!

Pizza Week at Pizzeria Stella
Event Category: Food / Wine
When: September 15, 2013 ~ September 29, 2013
Time: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Where: Pizzeria Stella
More Info: http://www.pizzeriastella.net
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PizzeriaStella
Twitter: https://twitter.com/StarrRestaurant


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