It’s summer season, and at Cesarina, the fascinating, 5-month antique Italian restaurant in Point Loma, the season requires figs, ripe melon, summer season black desserts, mangoes, and extra.
The menu features new dishes, beverages, and cakes, such as luxurious homemade gnocchi with porcini, gamberi, and sliced black muffins, a authentic, housemade tonnarelli cacio e Pepe and an appetizer to send you immediately to a piazza in Rome: focaccia crowned with burrata, figs, prosciutto, basil and a drizzle of honey.
Pastry goddess Cesarina Mezzoni also makes the perfect cannoli, with fluffy ricotta mixed with lemon zest, cardamom, cinnamon, and chocolate that’s decorated with chopped pistachios. Prepared tableside, it simply may rival Mezzoni’s stunningly delicate and delicious tiramisù. And because nothing tastes better than unfastened, on the second one Tuesday of every month, Cesarina will characteristic a brand new tableside dessert that’s at the house with dinner.
Michele Parente is the Dining, Wine + Lifestyle reporter for The San Diego Union-Tribune. Her areas of know-how include the Valle de Guadalupe wine location, style, television, girls’ problems, and insurance of getting old, such as the impact of Alzheimer’s and dementia and own family caregiving. Michele is the previous Sunday and features editor, in which she oversaw profiles, unique projects, which includes the Legacy of WWII and in-intensity reports on an expansion of subjects. She joined the U-T in 2003, supervising coverage regions with blanketed features, fashion, TV, Food, Consumer Health, and Arts & Entertainment. Previously, Michele became the
assistant capabilities editor at The Oregonian in Portland and the Portland City Hall reporter. She spent 10 years at New York Newsday as a reporter on the crime, schooling, nation legislature, and New York City Hall beats. She was part of a team that gained the 1992 Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Reporting. A native New Yorker, Michele obtained her B.A. In political, technological know-how, and Italian Literature at UC Berkeley. In 1980, she studied at L’Università di Urbino, in Italy. One of her goals is to make her manner via each of the world’s amazing wine areas.