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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Better Than a Ball Drop: New Year's Eve at La Ciccia

Posted By on Tue, Dec 21, 2010 at 3:49 PM

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La Cicccia's Family-Style New Year's Eve Dinner

Where: La Ciccia, 291 30th St. (at Church), 550-8114

Cost: $130 for five courses; includes wine

Why it's likely to be special: Sardinian native Massimiliano Conti offers surprises for those who think Italian food was born and died in Tuscany. A bit expensive, sure, but wines like Schiopetto Blanc de Rosis 2006 and Cefalicchio Rosso Riserva Romanico 2005 are pretty much guaranteed to delight

Menu highlights: Saffron-poached shrimp with oranges; Sardinian gnochetti with squid ink and seafood sugo; braised lamb with mushrooms and juniper berries; panettone with chocolate sauce

Reserve: Call 550-8114 (online reservations not accepted for New Year's Eve)

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