It 'AWL started at:
The Glass Door at the Porto Vista Hotel 1835 Columbia St.
Davanti Enoteca 1655 India St.
Originally an Italian fishing neighborhood when it was first established, it's no surprise that Little Italy (hence the name) is now the spot to be for the best in Italian cuisine. But if you thought Italian food was all about spaghetti and lasagna, you'd better attend the Little Italy Grub Sprawl and get yourself educated, stat! You won't know what you've been missing until you join us on November 14th, 2011, for an evening of wandering through Little Italy and have tried each of its many, many delightful culinary creations.
The Glass Door at the Porto Vista Hotel (2 options)
Bacon Bleu Mussels
PEI, Bacon, Bleu Cheese, Béchamel, Linguini
Truffled Portobello, Ricotta Cheese, Mozzarella, Garlic Pesto Bread
Chef Deborah Scott’s Indigo Grill (2 options)
Scallop & Shrimp Ceviche
With Lemon Juice, Cucumber Pico de Gallo
Pipian Crusted Brie
Jalapeno Jelly, Mole Negro, Cotija, Honey Roasted Garlic & Scallion Flatbread
Roasted Squash Insalate
Roasted Squash, Farro, Whipped Goat Cheese, Hazelnuts, & Watercress
Caps Pizza & Bar
7” Pizza with 3 Toppings
Cap’s authentic crust, homemade pizza sauce, fresh mozzarella cheese, & topped with 3 toppings of your choice: Pepperoni, Sausage, Canadian Bacon, Ham, Meatball, Salami, Zucchini, Bell Peppers, Tomatoes, Red Onion, Mushrooms, Jalapenos, Garlic, Basil, Pineapple, Extra Cheese
Puffed Crust baked in a brick oven filled with baked leeks and onions w/ swiss cheese and ham Served w/ Salad & Toasted Baguette Francaise
Princess Pub & Grille
Fish & Chips
Atlantic Cod in beer batter and hand cut pub chips w/ homemade coleslaw San Diego’s Famous dish since 1984