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Trattoria Dell’ Arte + Carnegie Hall

December 7, 2011

How could I resist? A friend had an extra ticket to Carnegie Hall to hear an all-Beethoven program.

We decided to get a nibble across the street at Trattoria Dell’Arte first. Like most of the partrons, we were trying to veggiesorder and eat quickly, and get the the concert on time. Service was accommodating.

Our quick bite included trio of perfectly prepared veggies ($15) from the antipasto bar — caramelized fennel with butter bean honey, roasted beets and Sicilian eggplant capanata — plus an order of house made burrata —  cream filled mozzarella — drizzed with extra virgin olive oil  ($12).  The perfect match for our quick bite: burrataa glass of Gavi 2010 Castellari Bergaglio “Fornaci” Piemonte $16.

The amazing Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique conducted by Sir John Eliot Gardiner spectacularly performed an Egmont Overture; Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67; and Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op. 92.  This orchestra performs using the principles and original instruments of historically informed performance. A concert that brought everyone to their feet for an ongoing standing ovation.

- bonnie

Trattoria Dell’Arte
900 7th Ave
New York, NY 10019
(212) 245-9800
trattoriadellarte.com
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2 Comments on “Trattoria Dell’ Arte + Carnegie Hall”

  1. Honey Haddad Says:

    This past July I was in the city with my two sons and future daughter in law.My older son and fiance were purchasing their wedding bands. I asked the owner if he could recommend a nice place for dinner and another customer jumped in on the conversation.
    Guess what?? It was Trattoria Delle’Arte!
    What a deliscious dinner we had! And the waiter we had was actually performing at Carnegie Hall!!

  2. Irina Says:

    One of the castomers was chocking on wine and had uncontrollable coughing spitting out wine, saliva and other contents of his stomach. The host was helping him and brining him more napkins. After that he collected all of the durty napkings and went on surviving other costomers without washing his hands. When i indiscreetly suggested that he should was his hands before attending to other customers he had a good laugh at me and made fun of me with other restaurants employees pointing finger at me, ridiculing my suggestion.

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