As the winter season approaches, the Hermitage Club is excited to announce that Ristorante Piacenza will once again be open for dinner, starting Thursday, December 8.
Piacenza is located at the Inn at Sawmill Farm in Dover, and features wonderful selection of Italian cuisine. The menu, new for this year, comprises familiar and approachable dishes that highlight the innovative ingredients and classical techniques of Executive Chef Chris Bonnivier.
“We’re thrilled to be opening Piacenza once again,” Chef Chris said. “We will offering many traditional dishes from across Italy, combined with our commitment to using the finest locally sourced ingredients along with handmade pastas.”
Ristorante Piacenza will be open for dinner Thursday through Saturday nights.
Ristorante Piacenza will be temporarily closed closed from Sunday, March 20 through Thursday, March 24. We regret any inconvenience this causes. We look forward to welcoming guests when we reopen.
Our Chef presents a truly exquisite dinner special:
salad, chef’s choice pasta dish, bread for $16 | add house wines for $5
To prepare for the holidays, Ristorante Piacenza will be closed on December 23rd, 2015. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The Hermitage Club is proud to present Piacenza, the newest brand in the Hermitage Club restaurant portfolio. The Hermitage has renamed the popular Nonna’s Restaurant, and launched it this November with a new menu, designed by Hermitage Club Culinary Consultant and Michelin-starred Chef Terrance Brennan. Piacenza’s kitchen was renovated in November to better suit the improved menu. Chef Brennan features seasonal Italian cuisine. Throughout the summer, the menu featured items including a lamb bolognese with peas and mint. For the fall and winter, it features items like chestnut rigatoni with boar ragout and brussels sprouts, an osso bucco dish and white truffle preparations. White Truffles are a seasonal delicacy only available in the fall and early winter. Piacenza is one of the only Vermont restaurants featuring white truffles.
Piacenza is named for the Italian side of the Barnes family, who hails from this northern Italian city between Bologna and Milan.
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