OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY FROM 5 - 10 PM
425 MAIN STREET NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR 72114
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Open Monday Thru Saturday From 5 - 10 PM
425 Main Street North Little Rock, AR 72114
Fine Italian Cuisine ~ Open Kitchen
Wine Cellar ~ Full Bar
Free Parking ~ Trolley Stop #1
Casual Dress ~ We Sell Gift Cards
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Join us for our three course wine dinner starting at 6:30 pm the second Monday of the month. Consists of three savory courses each paired with a different wine. Dessert and coffee are optional (and extra). The price is only $55 per person which will include all taxes. One attendee will receive a FREE gift card for their next visit. We hope you will join us as we start this new tradition.Signup now
Brian and Eric Isaac, who were raised in Batesville, Arkansas, go way back in the kitchen. As the result of a deal made with their mother when Eric was 13 and Brian 15, the boys were responsible for cooking the family meals. Eric had an affinity with cooking from the start: his first meal for the family: southern fried chicken, steamed broccoli, and fettuccini alfredo.
During college Eric worked in a succession of restaurants in the Little Rock area. Eric was first exposed to fine dining when he was hired to work as sous chef at now defunct Cassenelli 1700 under Jeff Medbury. After a year or so as sous chef, Cassenelli's sponsored his training at the Italian Culinary Institute for Foreigners in Costigliole d' Asti, Italy. Eric landed an internship at Cảpeo, an acclaimed ristorante on the Italian Riviera in Leivi, Italy. When his training was complete, he returned to the United States to assume the executive chef position at Cassinelli 1700.
Within weeks of his return from Italy, Eric received a five star review from the Arkansas Times and a perfect review from the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. After the Vino e Cucina food show in New York City, Eric received an invitation to become a member of the highly acclaimed James Beard House, and to team up with three chefs from New York City to serve a dinner labeled "Great Italian Chefs". This dinner was reminiscent of a dinner Eric hosted at Cassinelli 1700 called "Traveling Toques" in which famed chefs Roberto Donna, Michele Orsino and Vittorio Capparelli along with Isaac received rave reviews for a charity dinner.
The brothers invite you to come in, relax, break the bread and enjoy some wine.
Brian & Eric Isaac