At I Trulli, meatballs and the whole mishpucha #NewYorkStories

marzovilla family

When I arrived last night at I Trulli in Manhattan for an aperitivo before dinner, the whole Marzovilla mispucha was just sitting down for dinner.

From 3-6 p.m., family matriarch Dora and her son Nicola had served guests the same menu that they serve at Dora’s house for Sunday dinner: all the classic antipasti, like homemade gardiniera and sottaceti, housemade cavatelli and orecchiette, braciole and meatballs…

I wish I would have known!

valentini trebbiano 2007

I couldn’t resist 2007 Valentini Trebbiano by the glass at a great price (Nicola imports it so he has the best pricing I’ve ever seen on these wines, among my all-time favorites).

panzerotti

Paired brilliantly with Dora’s panzerotto, stuffed with chard and anchovies. So good…

cavatelli new york

And of course, for dinner, I couldn’t have just one of the pastas so I asked the waiter to prepare a tris of cavatelli with broccoli raab, orecchiette with rabbit ragù, and malloreddus with classic ragù.

I love and have always loved the restaurant and for my money, it’s the best housemade pasta in the City (and great Nebbiolo list).

3 Responses to At I Trulli, meatballs and the whole mishpucha #NewYorkStories

  1. Tag says:

    Nice fireplace too

  2. So did you trust in the Cot? :)

  3. Jar, this looks and sounds phenomenal! I could go for a little cucina pugliese right about now

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