1920 NYE Black & White Soiree

A high-octane sexy and enticing black & white soiree.
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Spend Sundays With Us

Come spend part of your Sunday with us for Bellini Brunch, featuring some of our customers favorite dishes. We will have TVs to show the games as well beers @$4.50, and bellini & mimosas @4.95 all day long. All food items below $12. We open at 9:30 a.m.

Rigoletto is located in South Lake Union’s historical landmark,
The Supply Laundry Building.

Rigoletto, set in the historic Stackhouse building of South Lake Union, is excited to set the table for the residents of this growing community. Our chef, born and raised in Piedmont, will be recreating the simple, refined dishes of his home with local ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Seasonal dishes will pair with our carefully selected, Italian, Washington, and Oregon wine list.

The focus at Rigoletto is truly on the food and community it unites. Simple, tasteful, dishes made with the care and expertise of those who grew up eating it.

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TRENTINO ALTO ADIGE IN TAVOLA
This mountainous region in northeastern Italy is known for its dramatic views and hearty foods like canderli and speck.
THE LAND
Trentino Alto Adige is located in northeastern Italian and stretches across the Dolomite Alps. The region is home to aromatic pine forests, crystal clear alpine lakes and gently rolling, vine-covered hills that lead down to the Veneto plains. Many of the people living high up in the mountains are originally from Tyrol and define themselves as such. The fortressed castles and mountain dwellings are symbols of their cultural autonomy and protectionist instincts.

Moving south through the mountain valleys, allegiance shifts towards the ancient Veneto-padano culture, which is closely tied to agriculture and farming. Like the geography and the people, the cuisine of Trentino Alto Adige is divided in its approach: half of the food is Central European, and the other half is strongly influenced by the Veneto cuisine. The only thing the two have in common is their reliance on food preservation, which was a necessity during the long winters. Throughout the region, you can find special, long-lasting breads, smoked sausages, cheeses and fermented vegetables.

THE FOOD
Any leftover bread is used to make Canederli, or Austrian knodel, large potato dumplings flavored with smoked speck, and mixed with milk, egg and flour. The dumplings are cooked in stock and served either in the stock itself, or dry and tossed with sauce. Canederli are more commonly served with spicy meat gulasch.

Speck is the region’s most important salume. Often handmade by local farmers, speck, like prosciutto, is made from a pig’s rear thigh. The meat is slowly smoked so that it will keep for months. Mortandela, from Val di Non, is another important type of local smoked salume. As in all mountainous areas, game is eaten throughout the region, and is often served with berry or applesauce, as is the custom in Austria.

The dark forest berries are also used, together with cream or chocolate, in many of the classic desserts of Alto-Adige. The most famous in undoubtedly strudel, a simple sheet of pastry dough rolled up with apples and spices. Val di Non is known to have the perfect growing conditions of apple trees. In the valleys, the desserts start to resemble the sweets of the Veneto.
Torta Fregolotta, a crumply almond tart, and grostoli, a type of fritter, are both made from simple recipes that pair well with the excellent wines of the region.

The Food and Wines of Trentino Alto AdigeJan 27, 7:00pmRigolettoTRENTINO ALTO ADIGE IN TAVOLA
This mountainous region in northeastern Italy is known for its dramatic views and hearty foods like canderli and speck.
THE LAND
Trentino Alto Adige is located in northeastern Italian and stretches across the Dolomite Alps. The region is home to aromatic pine forests, crystal clear alpine lakes and gently rolling, vine-covered hills that lead down to the Veneto plains. Many of the people living high up in the mountains are originally from Tyrol and define themselves as such. The fortressed castles and mountain dwellings are symbols of their cultural autonomy and protectionist instincts.

Moving south through the mountain valleys, allegiance shifts towards the ancient Veneto-padano culture, which is closely tied to agriculture and farming. Like the geography and the people, the cuisine of Trentino Alto Adige is divided in its approach: half of the food is Central European, and the other half is strongly influenced by the Veneto cuisine. The only thing the two have in common is their reliance on food preservation, which was a necessity during the long winters. Throughout the region, you can find special, long-lasting breads, smoked sausages, cheeses and fermented vegetables.

THE FOOD
Any leftover bread is used to make Canederli, or Austrian knodel, large potato dumplings flavored with smoked speck, and mixed with milk, egg and flour. The dumplings are cooked in stock and served either in the stock itself, or dry and tossed with sauce. Canederli are more commonly served with spicy meat gulasch.

Speck is the region’s most important salume. Often handmade by local farmers, speck, like prosciutto, is made from a pig’s rear thigh. The meat is slowly smoked so that it will keep for months. Mortandela, from Val di Non, is another important type of local smoked salume. As in all mountainous areas, game is eaten throughout the region, and is often served with berry or applesauce, as is the custom in Austria.

The dark forest berries are also used, together with cream or chocolate, in many of the classic desserts of Alto-Adige. The most famous in undoubtedly strudel, a simple sheet of pastry dough rolled up with apples and spices. Val di Non is known to have the perfect growing conditions of apple trees. In the valleys, the desserts start to resemble the sweets of the Veneto.
Torta Fregolotta, a crumply almond tart, and grostoli, a type of fritter, are both made from simple recipes that pair well with the excellent wines of the region.
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Come and Celebrate with us the New Year

1920 NYE Black&White SoiréeDec 31, 7:00pmRigolettoA High Octane Sexy & Enticing NYE Black&White Soirée, a decadent Evening set in the Mysterious 1920's era of The Prohibition
Black or White Evening Attire, Gaming tables Available for your entertainment,enjoy delectable Food, and flirt the night away on the Dance floor to the Glittering Sound of Music
Don't miss this Ravish Affair
Tickets are $49.00 per person and will include a dinner buffet served from 7 to 9.30 pm.
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A High Octane Sexy & Enticing NYE Black&White Soirée, a decadent Evening set in the Mysterious 1920's era of The Prohibition
Black or White Evening Attire, Gaming tables Available for your entertainment,enjoy delectable Food, and flirt the night away on the Dance floor to the Glittering Sound of Music
Don't miss this Ravish Affair
Tickets are $49.00 per person and will include a dinner buffet served from 7 to 9.30 pm.

1920 NYE Black&White SoiréeDec 31, 7:00pmRigolettoA High Octane Sexy & Enticing NYE Black&White Soirée, a decadent Evening set in the Mysterious 1920's era of The Prohibition
Black or White Evening Attire, Gaming tables Available for your entertainment,enjoy delectable Food, and flirt the night away on the Dance floor to the Glittering Sound of Music
Don't miss this Ravish Affair
Tickets are $49.00 per person and will include a dinner buffet served from 7 to 9.30 pm.
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1920 NYE Black&White Soirée

 

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