Following the upcoming Culinary Tour of California on March 3rd, Chef Massimo Capra and Chef John Casciato will be hosting the final two Niagara Culinary Experiences dinner events as part of the 2016/2017 series.
This spring, Chef Massimo Capra and Chef John Casciato will be celebrating the neighbouring Italian regions of Marche and Emilia Romagna with A Culinary Tour of Marche on April 7, 2017 and A Culinary Tour of Emilia Romagna on May 12, 2017. These two dinner events will be spectacular evenings full of amazing food and wine that will connect you with authentic Italian dining experiences right here in Niagara Falls.
A Culinary Tour of Marche will showcase the cuisine of a coastal region that’s abundant in seafood and offers beloved dishes like Minestra di Lumachelle, a soup made with egg pasta, and Muscioli Arrosto, which are stuffed and roasted mussels. Marche is also a well-established wine-growing region that will celebrated with wine pairings from Garofoli Winery, which has been producing quality wines like Rosso Cònero and Rosso Piceno for five generations.
Bordering Marche to the north is the beautiful Emilia Romagna, which is the final Italian region to be explored and celebrated by Chef Massimo Capra as part of the 2016/2017 Niagara Culinary Experiences series. Emilia Romagna’s capital city is Bologna, which has brought us notable pasta dishes like tortellini and lasagna, and as a region has given us countless classic Italian dishes and ingredients such as polenta, balsamic vinegar, and Parmesan cheese. Emilia Romagna is also known for remarkable wines such as the red and bubbly Lambrusco wine and the white Albana di Romagna.
Experience two of the city’s finest spring culinary events by visiting fallsavenueresort.com/culinary to reserve your Dinner Only or Hotel Package tickets. Both evenings will feature delicious five-course menus, a mix and mingle with Chef Massimo Capra and Chef John Casciato, a standing cocktail reception, and spectacular views of the thundering Niagara Falls from the Rainbow Room’s floor-to-ceiling windows.