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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: May 4 – May 9

Insalata di Fagioli
Cannellini & borlotti bean salad, spring radishes, fresh herb vinaigrette

Stracci all’ Intingolo
Homemade egg pasta “rags” in meat gravy

Stracotto alla Fiorentina
Slow-braised Florentine pot roast with onions, carrots, and potatoes

Torta di Fragole
Skillet strawberry cobbler

Featured Wine: Castello Querceto,
Chianti Classico 2018 
Amidst the oaks (for which it is named) and the olive groves lie the vines that are the source of the superior wines of Castello di Querceto. Produced in Geve in Chianti, this wine is matured in casks for 10-12 months. The wine is then refined in the bottle for a minimum of three months.

 A ripe red, showing aromas of sliced strawberries, black cherries, and sweet licorice. Yet, this is energetic and fresh. Full body, chewy tannins, and a medium finish.” James Suckling 92 pts

Ristorante i Ricchi


1220 19th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036


Tuesday- Sunday: 4 -8pm
Closed on Mondays


(202) 835-0459