Italian Culture in Delaware is Alive and Well

The third annual Primavera da Vinci offers homemade pastas, veal, steak, seafood, desserts and more.

Looking ahead, the third annual Primavera da Vinci happens March 28. That means you can sample 20 delicious dishes prepared by Delebrity chefs paired with spectacular wines at Hilton Wilmington/Christiana. At the serving stations, you’ll find homemade pastas, veal, steak, seafood, desserts and more by people like Giuseppe Martuscelli of La Casa Pasta and Stefania Panza of Soffritto Italian Grill. Like one of the wines you tasted? There will be a discount store on the premises. There’s a silent auction. And the classic Al Santoro and the Hi-Liters provide the tunes. Proceeds benefit the Societa da Vinci’s efforts to preserve Italian culture in Delaware. Molto bene.

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