My first stop was to check out this highly online rated wine bistro, that serves some selected foods. Although I wouldn’t recommend this place for the food per se, it does offer up some tasty eats. They have a beautiful venue. This place had a super friendly staff, great wines by the glass – I was able to try some very nice Local Oregon Pinot Noirs, and other varietals. As a snack i had some bread with Balsamic Vinaigrette. Highly recommend.
On my way back from the famous Microbreweries of Oregon I made a special stop in Ashland Oregon to bring back some culinary stories form the famed little town that hosts the Annual Shakespeare Festival – very well known for this fantastic event.
So after I was told by Cucina Biazzi that they had NO FOOD LEFT at 7 pm on a Thursday, I made my way over to this fantastic little Italian restaurant. I was immediately greeted and seated, I was then helped by a very friendly and attentive staff. It was going very well. I started with the Bruchetta it was very different but very tasty as well. it was a garlic-white bean pure with some toasted crostini’s and some rolled prosciutto. I paired the meal with a half bottle of Roxyann Claret. As an Entree the server recommended the special, a smoked trout, which was delicious as well…then I topped the whole meal off with some Tarimisu. overall the service was great, food was darn good, and in this little town, this is the best Italian they have!