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Chef’s Surprise Dinner at Tre Piani

Chef’s Surprise Dinner at Tre Piani

I was invited to attend Jim Weaver’s first Chef’s Surprise dinner at Tre Piani last Friday and enjoyed a lovely evening with a congenial group (seated at one, long, table), and of course a great meal. These dinners are Jim’s chance to cook a little more creatively and spontaneously, although he’s already thinking about his … Continue reading

Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder

Slow-Roasted Pork Shoulder

I recently got an email from Tre Piani chef/owner Jim Weaver with his recipe for a 6-hour Berkshire Pork Roast. It sounded wonderful, so I post it below. If the Tuscan roast baby pig I enjoyed there at Thanksgiving is any indication, this, too will be delicious. Continue reading

Dinner and a Ride from Tre Piani

Dinner and a Ride from Tre Piani

Just in time for shorter days and winter driving (to say nothing of holiday celebrations), here’s Tre Piani restaurant at Forrestal Village with a great service to tempt you to come out to dinner. Check out their Dine and Ride program where they partner with A1 Limousine to provide dinner guests with a round trip ride … Continue reading

Bring on the Bubbly!

Here are some great ways to spend New Year’s Eve, plus a pre-New Year’s Eve dinner in Trenton that is part of Patriot’s Week – Dinner with Ben Franklin 12/29 @ 4 p.m. Settimo Cielo, 17 East Front St. Exactly what was Ben Franklin thinking during this historic time? Find out as his story is … Continue reading

Thank You Tre Piani

FROM SOUP (er, oysters) TO NUTS (okay, this isn’t the pecan pie, but the entrée), GOOD JOB JIM! Thanks from my family to you and yours, and your great staff!

Happy Hour at a Mozzarella Bar?

Always an interesting new idea from Jim Weaver, owner of Tre Piani and Tre Bar out at Forrestal Village.  Here’s his latest: “Tre Bar at Tre Piani has launched a new addition to the menu. A new mozzarella bar is now being offered from 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday. The mozzarella bar menu consists of a … Continue reading

Where Venice and New Orleans Collide

Jim Weaver couldn’t have put it better, when he described his upcoming Carnevale Celebration at Tre Bar as a collision of Venice and New Orleans. His culinary focus is Italian, but he appreciates the flavorful cuisine of the The Big Easy too, so the two worlds shall collide in the tastiest of ways, as he … Continue reading