Whether you’re a fanatic of fish, or simply enjoy it once and awhile, Tutti Mangia Italian Grill and Spaghetti Eddie’s Cucina Italiana have a feast you can sink your teeth into. Behold, the “Feast of the Seven Fishes.”
First, Tutti Mangia is having their celebration of the event on Sun. Dec. 20 from 4 to 9 p.m. The special, one-night only menu includes several detailed fish and seafood dishes, featuring: grilled baby octopus, calamari, housemade lobster, jumbo sea scallops, clams.
Reservations are required for this special engagement and runs at $75 per person.
Spaghetti Eddie’s is celebrating the fish festivities for the whole month of Dec., by offering a special dish, Seafood Cortoccio. This concoction consists of shrimp, scallops, clams, calamari, black mussels, salmon and whitefish simmered in curry tomato sauce, tossed with linguine and baked in parchment.
The “Feast of the Seven Fishes,” also called “La Vigilia,” is celebrated on Christmas Eve by Italians throughout the world. Meat is rarely served for the feast, as it is highlighting deliciousness from the sea. These two restaurants are bringing this Italian tradition, with a few modern twists, over to celebrate with its guests.
The restaurants are celebrating this end of the year occassion since they are run by Absolutely Italian Management Group, run by the owner of both establishments, Eddie Inglese.
Come on in a feast on fish to end the year deliciously before it’s too late. Click here to view Tutti Mangia’s Feast of the Seven Fishes menu.