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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: July 5 – 10

Antipasto Fiorentino
Florentine Antipasto – Prosciutto and Finocchiona fennel salami with sweet Tuscan melon

Hearty vegetable soup “reboiled” (ribollita) with Tuscan bread and parmesan.

Grilled marinated pork ribs alla Toscana served with green beans stewed in tomato

Salame Dolce
Sweet “salami” – chocolate crunch with walnuts and Chantilly cream

Featured Wine: Antinori ‘Toscana’ Villa Antinori Rosso 2017, Super Tuscan
James Suckling: 93 points
“Aromas of currants, black cherries and bark. Chocolate, too. Full-bodied with fine, creamy tannins. Really polished texture. Walnut and light hazelnut undertones. Well done for the vintage.”

Ristorante i Ricchi


1220 19th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036


Tuesday- Sunday: 5 -9pm
Closed on Mondays


(202) 835-0459