Gusto is excited to present an updated dessert menu featuring Italian classics, like Tiramisu, alongside other newly refined, hand-crafted desserts. Try the perfectly balanced Budino, or the piquancy of seasonal blood oranges with the Olive Oil Cake. There are enough new flavors to require multiple visits for a complete survey. We'll have the espresso and digestifs waiting, too.
Be sure and join us Thursday, February 12th at 7:00 PM for an intimate winemaker dinner hosted by Francesco Daddi of the Ormanni winery in Tuscany, Italy and Gusto Managing Partner Cameron Lockley. We'll also be introducing Gusto Sommelier Chris Dufau and Executive Chef Jason Tallent. Tickets are $85 per person, all inclusive; $75 for Austin Wine & Food Foundation members. Space is limited to first 20 people who sign up:... continue reading
Before you head to First Unitarian Church on Saturday evening to enjoy "Transfiguration" performed by the Aeolus Quartet, join us for dinner. In addition to our regular menu, we are offering a Prix Fixe menu for $20. Include wine pairings for and additional $15. We look forward to seeing you this weekend! https://austinchambermusic.secure.force.com/ticket#details_a0Sd0000006F9...
Saturday, November 22nd 12pm to 2pm @ Gusto
Join us for a special Sunday brunch along with the good folks at ASA and help support their important services here in Austin.
Tickets $50 @ asaustin.org
Saturday, November 22nd 12pm to 5pm @ Winflo Osteria
Show your support for Gusto Italian Kitchen – reigning “Public Choice” favorite meatball - and come enjoy meatballs from a variety of local Austin restaurants while benefiting Austin Lifeworks. Tickets $15 @ austinmeatball.ticketbud.com/meatballfest or $20 at the door.
Saturday, November 15th 4pm until Close @ Gusto
We will be offering a special three course prix-fixe menu offering for $20 in addition to our regular menu offerings. Come out for dinner before or after ACMC’s presentation of “La Lune” at First Unitarian Church just around the corner from Gusto.
Visit austinchambermusic.org for more information about the concert.
What lends itself to autumnal flavors better than the celebrated ales of Oktoberfest? This month, we are proud to feature OAKtoberfest as well as Liberation IPA from our local brewer bretheren at Live Oak. Oaktoberfest is a classic amber beer that pairs well with heartier dishes like our Sterling City lamb shank with polenta or Strube Ranch Wagyu sirloin. Try the crisp citrus notes of the IPA with simple antipasti or a selection of small plates. Have a seat on our patio and take in the... continue reading
October is Texas Wine Month and a perfect time to take our palettes on a tour of one of the hill country's most beloved wine-making outfits. Duchman Family Winery, which boasts 100% Texas grown grapes in their 12 varieties, has become well-known in the vintners' community. Tastings are available on-site as part of the Texas Wine Trail or stop by Gusto this month and try a showcase of our favorite Duchman reds and... continue reading
In continued partnership with the Wine & Food Foundation of Texas, Gusto will host a special dinner Weds, Oct 22nd highlighting the wines of Marchesi Incisa from the Piedmont region of Italy. Gusto managing partner Cameron Lockley and Filiberto Massone of Marchesi Incisa will be on-hand to host foundation members and anyone else interested in exploring the connection between regional varietals and the flavor profiles that have been specially prepared by chef Jeanise Deleon. Reservations... continue reading