Since opening last fall, Flatiron
has been known in the area for their specialized cuisine from northern Italy and southern France. Realizing the property’s potential and wanting to have a true neighborhood feel, Co-proprietor James King and Executive Chef Jared Sippel have relaunched Italienne as Trattoria Italienne.
Under its new name, Trattoria Italienne will offer guests a brand new menu and a more relaxed vibe. With regional, rustic Italian cuisine in a comfortable setting, this is the perfect spot to bring both friends and family together. The menu focuses on plates that can be shared with the table as well as family-style pasta platters. New menu items include: Polpettine (pork meatballs with soft polenta and Calabrian chili agrodolce), Bigoli Della Casa (Bianca di Napoli tomato, pancetta, borlotti bean and hot pepper), and Martelli Spaghetti (head-on jumbo prawns with Calabrian chili and basil).
Their brunch menu will include stand out items including: large punch bowls for the table, Black Pepper and Bacon Breakfast Scones, and classic brunch dishes reimagined with an innovative and regional spin. The two different punch bowls, which serve 6-8 people, include the Island Bowl made with flor de cana rum, rhum j.m. white, pineapple, falernum and orange; and the Agave Bowl made with mezcal Koch, cimmaron tequila, jalapeno, cucumber, lemon, lime, and orgeat.