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During my time in Tuscany I was inspired by the role of food in Italian culture. Food is a lifestyle in Tuscany; people know where their food comes from and how to prepare it. They seek comfort and quality in their food. I wanted to share that real food experience with Washington, D.C.

owner-chef christianne ricchi

Food Club Offering: October 12 – 17

Antipasto Salad
Italian-American Chef’s Salad with romaine, cherry tomatoes, salami, provolone, artichokes, sweet peppers and olives

Shrimp Scampi Mafaldine
Extra large shrimp sauteed in butter, garlic and white wine served over long curly pasta ribbons

Garlic Bread

Lobster Tails
Crisp multi-layered cone shaped pastries filled with fresh Chantilly cream.

Featured Wine: Terra d’Oro Chenin Blanc Viognier 2018 
The nose of honeydew melon, grapefruit, and strawberry with hints of orange blossom and tangerines, gives way to a clean mid-palate with flavors of peaches and mango complemented by notes of quince and nectarine. This wine is lively, refreshing and well-balanced. 

Ristorante i Ricchi


1220 19th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036


Tuesday- Sunday: 5 -9pm
Closed on Mondays


(202) 835-0459