$80.00 per person. Alcohol or special requests will be an additional cost. Gratuity not included.
Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at (304)955-5109
L’Arte Dei Sapori – The Art of Flavors
Wednesday, August 7, 2019
The 4-course (5:30 PM) will be $75, the 6-course (7:30 PM) will be $95. Standard wine pairings can be added for an additional $20 for the 4-course or $30 for the 6-course. Premium wine pairings can be added for $40/$60 respectively.
1st Course: Farm fresh Bruschetta, made with Heirloom Tomatoes, Amish Mozzarella, House White Balsamic Glaze
Standard Wine Pairing: Broc Cellars Love Rosé
Premium Wine Pairing: Château d’Esclans Whispering Angel Rosé
Premium Wine Pairing: Hartford Court Old Vine Zinfandel
3rd Course: Diver Sea Scallop served in a Creamy Garlic Sauce with House Spaghetti
Standard Wine Pairing: Estancia Chardonnay
Premium Wine Pairing: The Calling Dutton Ranch Chardonnay
4th Course: Veal Stuffed Tri-color Cabbage, simmered in Tomato Sauce served with White Rice Pilaf
Standard Wine Pairing: Kim Crawford Pinot Noir
Premium Wine Pairing: Hartford Court Pinot Noir
5th Course: Classic Italian Salad (Romaine, Black Olives, Tomatoes, Red Onions, Cucumbers, Banana Peppers, Fresh Grated Parmesan, House Italian Dressing)
Standard Wine Pairing: Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc
Premium Wine Pairing: Craggy Range Sauvignon Blanc
6th Course: House-made Cannoli stuffed with Mascarpone & Chocolate Chips
Standard Wine Pairing: Roscato Rosso Dolce
Premium Wine Pairing: Banfi Rosa Regale
Reservations can be made by calling the restaurant at (304) 523-2012, by Facebook messaging Le Bistro’s Facebook page, or by text message at (304) 962-2143!
Friday, August 16, 2019
6:00 pm-9:00 pm
3094 16th St. Rd.
Huntington, WV 25701
Honoree Awards will be presented
Commemorative programs available at event
For more information contact:
Cynthia D Kirkhart, MS, MBA
304-523-6029 ext. 25 or email@example.com
DJ Services provided by Chad Midkiff
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2019 Italiano Festival!
Saturday, August 17, 2019
11:00am – 6:00pm
Downtown Huntington on 4th Avenue between 8th and 10th Streets
Brandon & Marissa
The Deacons of DooWap – The Reflections
Backyard Pizza and Raw Bar
Dang Good Cinnamon Rolls
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According to Manilla family lore, our grandmother Concetta Ferrari escaped an arranged marriage in Novara di Sicilia by selling some of the family jewels and hopping a ship to America. True or not, Concetta indeed landed in the promised land, though we don’t know exactly where. She married Louis Lapelle and had two children: Milio and Tony. The family eventually made their way to Huntington where Louis had his own stonemason business. Louis died young, and more family lore includes the story of how Concetta nursed back to health one of Louis’s employees, Antonio Manilla, another stonemason from the city of Limpidi, in the province of Calabria, Italy. Thus, the romance was sparked.
Concetta and Antonio married and had two children: Serefina, and our father, Charles Manilla.
Albert Esposito, M.D.
Albert Esposito, M.D. was born in Pittsburgh, PA on November 9, 1912. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh and his medical degree from Loyola University in Chicago, IL.
He honorably served his country in the U.S. Army in World War II. After his military service, he taught at the Ohio State University.
He married Elizabeth “Bettye” Dodson, the love of his life and lifelong partner in just about everything, in 1946. The couple moved to Huntington in the late 1940s and raised three children: Bettina, Gregory and Mary Alice.
He was born February 9, 1957, the son of the late Angelo J. and Roma M. Ciccarelli. After graduation from Oak Glen High School in New Cumberland, W.Va., Mr. Ciccarelli came to Huntington to attend Marshall University. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va. He joined the Huntington Police Department in 1977 and completed assignments in the Administrative, Patrol and Special Investigative Bureaus. In 1984, he was appointed as an FBI Special Agent and, after the completion of New Agents Training, was assigned to the St. Louis Field Office. In 1987, Mr. Ciccarelli was transferred to the Miami Field Office and held various investigative and supervisory positions before his return to West Virginia in 1998.
2015 Italiano! Family of the Year – The Hagy Family
2015 Italiano! Business Family of the Year – Nick Morabito & Family
2015 Italiano! Community Leader of the Year – Fran D’Egidio
2015 Italiano! Business Man of the Year – John Brunetti
2016 Italiano! Italian American Family of the Year – The Leo Imperi Family
2016 Italiano! Italian American of the Year – Ernie Salvatore
2016 Italiano! Italian American Business Family of the Year – Rocco Muriale and Family
2016 Italiano! Italian American Community Leader of the Year – Monsignor Lawrence Luciana
2017 Italiano! Italian American Family of the Year – Aluise/Aloise Family
2017 Italiano! Italian American Community Leader of the Year – Mary Lovisa Neely
2017 Italiano! Italian American Businessman of the Year – Dan Yon
2018 Italiano! Italian American Family of the Year – The D’Antoni Family
2018 Italiano! Italian American Business Family of the Year – The Torlone Family
2018 Italiano! Italian American Community Leader of the Year – Dr. Peter Chirico