Tuesday, September 29, 2015 | 6:30PM
$100 per person plus tax
Limited to 12 guests
The adventure of creating Vicio Mezcal began four years ago when Rosemarie Certo and Marilyn Candeloro [both of Dock Street Brewery] traveled to Oaxaca, Mexico. The pair was later joined by Regina Pfohl and Joe Dodds in a venture named Dock Street Spirits. They explored and taste tested their way around Southern Mexico and eventually fell in love with a family of mezcaleros with whom they've entrusted specific instructions on a complex and smooth mezcal flavor profile. Vicio is one of the truest, most artisanal spirits out there, made with a little bit of blood, sweat and tears from these Philadelphians. Vicio Mezcal is made by hand with the alluring agave plant cooked in the earth using age-old primitive traditions of Oaxacan mezcaleros. If you ask Marilyn or Rosemarie about the taste of Vicio, they will tell you 'it tastes like lightening and awakens all the senses!' Vicio Mezcal landed in Philadelphia in June 2014 and is seeded to select bars and restaurants in Philadelphia and our neighbors in New Jersey.
In 1985, amidst a proverbial sea of watered down and adjunct-plagued lagers, Dock Street Brewing Co. was born and founded by Rosemarie Certo. As the country slowly but surely started embracing our full-bodied, full flavor brews, the company grew. A lot. Fast forward about a decade to 1996 and Dock Street would become the 26th largest microbrewery in the country, distributing to 24 states, exporting to France and earning medals in the world's most prestigious beer competitions. Dock Street was sold in 2000, but quickly reacquired solely by Certo in 2002. In 2007, Certo oversaw the production of her new brewpub in a converted firehouse at 50th and Baltimore Avenue, in the beautiful progressive West Philadelphia where the beers are served along delicious award winning wood-fired pizzas.
Join us for a great mescal and beer class with Marilyn Candeloro and Rosemarie Certo.
Guest will be welcomed with hors oeuvres and cocktails follow by a cocktail & beer class by Marilyn and Rosemarie, finish with dinner.
Included in the ticket price is all food, beverage, tax, and gratuity, as well as piccolo pasticceria to ensure you departs on a sweet note.
Friday, February 17, 2023 | 6:30PM
$485 Inlcudes Piedmont menu, Barolo back vintage wine pairing, and gratuity
Limited to 18 guests
We are excited to welcome back Lorenzo Scavino, owner and winemaker of Azelia Wines! This time around, we are highlighting a lineup of back vintage wine, featuring a decade of Barolo. These bottles were imported directly from the Azelia wine cellar – located in the commune of Castiglione Falletto and have been resting in the Vetri Cucina cellar for the last 6 months, getting ready for their big debut. A regionally inspired Piedmontese menu will be served to complement these beautiful, rare wines. Featured Bottles Include: Barolo Classico 2010 Magnum Barolo Margheria 2006 Barolo San Rocco 2005 Double Magnum Barolo Bricco Fiasco 2004 Double Magnum Barolo Riserva Bricco Voghera 2000 Double Magnum + some fresh vintages of Dolcetto & Barbera *COMMUNAL SEATING *ALLERGIES AND DIETARY RESTRICTIONS CANNOT BE ACCOMMODATEDRead More
Monday, February 20, 2023 | 6:30PM
$375 Ticket price includes wine, gratuity and a signed copy of Mastering Pasta
Limited to 10 guests
Join Marc Vetri for an intimate evening at the communal chef's counter in our upstairs private dining room, where he'll showcase all the techniques used to create the from-scratch pastas featured in his cookbooks Il Viaggio di Vetri, Rustic Italian Food, and of course - Mastering Pasta! The demonstration will include a multi-course pasta meal and house wine. *Gluten and/or dairy restrictions cannot be accommodated for this event. *Tickets are non-refundable. *Class will be in session rain, snow, or shineRead More