Lingua alla Salsa Verde. Photo Credit: Fabi Rosas.
Inspired by the Slow Food Movement and traditions respecting and utilizing the whole of a butchered animal, our new variety protein menu items go far beyond the typical American Italian restaurant fare.
Try a plate of Lingua alla Salsa Verde (beef tongue) with balsamic cipolline and pickled caper berries, or Rigatoni con Coda alla Vaccinara (braised organic oxtail), a classic dish served with organic tomato sauce, soffritto & pine nuts! Looking for more? Click for our full menu.
Dishes like these are best paired with a full-bodied wine, like Ca’ Momi Rosso di Napa: an easy to drink, flavorful red blend, versatile enough to pair with a variety of hearty meals.
With the cold & rainy nights of fall on their way, nothing says comfort like an order of our Spätzle allo Speck. This dish, found throughout regions of Germany, Austria and Alto Adige, consists of small flour dumplings prepared with speck and cream.
Pair a bowl with our 2011 Ca’ Momi Napa Valley Pinot Noir, which carries the depth to match the Spätzle’s creamy sauce while cutting through its richness with ample acidity. This wine’s round fruit flavors perfectly match the rich pork flavors of the speck that shine in this preparation.
A recent trip to Italy this summer inspired our kitchen to do a Ca’ Momi spin on a classic-style flatbread from northeastern Italy, known as Piadine.
Piadine—a thin, circular flatbread from the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy—is made with white flour, olive oil, salt and water. It has been a staple for farmers in Northern Italy for centuries; today, it’s common to find it served as a street food, stuffed with local cheeses and cured meats.
Using our classic pizza dough as the base for our own take on the traditional Italian snack, our new flatbread sandwiches are pillow soft and are served piping hot with a variety of fillings and melted Stracchino and organic mozzarella cheeses.
Try one of our 11 different piadine offerings now on the menu, including: Caprese, Ricotta & Spinaci, and Prosciutto Crudo & Rucola. Piadine are served daily through 4:00 p.m.
Click here for a full menu of our Piadine offerings.
According to the most recent reports from the American Cancer Society, a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer every three minutes–Equating to over 227,000 new cases a year and making breast cancer the most common form of cancer in women.
This October, Ca’ Momi is thinking pink: In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, $1 from every glass purchased of our own bright pink bubbly, Ca’ Rosa, will be donated to Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. This frizzante is lighthearted and pairs well with many foods, carrying flavors of ripe strawberry, lychee and pear. Try a glass at the Enoteca for $7, or pick up your own pink bottle for $19.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure is dedicated to transforming how the world talks about and treats this disease and helping to turn millions of breast cancer patients into breast cancer survivors. Learn more about their mission, and how you can help.
The Chefs at Ca’ Momi have two more exciting pasta dishes, rounding out menu to include four pasta offerings. In addition to our Spaghetti alla Puttanesca and Rigatoni con Coda alla Vaccinara, we’re now proudly serving Linguini al Pesto Genovese and Spaghetti alla Bottarga.
Linguini al Pesto Genovese
The Linguini al Pesto Genovese is linguine pasta served with organic basil pesto, potatoes, and green beans.
Our Spaghetti all Bottarga is a bit more exotic, served with extra virgin olive oil, garlic, and cured bottarga fish roe.
Want to learn more about this delicacy? Click here to read all about our Cortez Bottarga, our distributor out of southwest Florida, in a great feature from the New York Times.