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Tavolo, Chris Douglass' Italian eatery in Dorchester's Peabody Square, continues its weekly Regional Pasta Tour with chef Nuno Alves at the helm. Every Wednesday night from 5:00-10:00pm Alves will guide diners through Italy's many and varied provinces by way of a three-course menu of authentic regional fare - for just $25 per person. Reservations are not required, but you can call 617.822.1918 for more information. Consult the calendar below to see what's next on the agenda.
Wednesday, January 30th - Alto Adige
Wednesday, February 6th - Piedmonte
Wednesday, February 13th - Tuscany
Wednesday, February 20th -Puglia
Wednesday, February 27th - Emilia Romagna
Restaurants featured in Regional Pasta Nights at Tavolo
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