The Jazz88 RestauranTour returns with a delightful evening of Northern Italian Food, Music and Community, Tuesday, March 20th at Al Vento in south Minneapolis.
Join us for a 3 course showcase of the artistry of Chef Jon Hunt with wine pairings and live music by Robert Everest.
Seating is at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $45 per person. Gratuity is not included.
About Al Vento
We pride ourselves on providing our guests with great Italian food, but it’s about so much more than that.
Our dedicated staff provides knowledgeable service and hospitality in all that they do.Our goal is to provide more than Italian dishes, but an entire experience for all to enjoy. Whether you’re on a date, coming in with your family or simply stopping by for a delicious solo meal, you’ll love the Italian food and environment we provide our guests.
We serve a variety of classic Italian dishes that are staples of our menu, but we also provide a rotating tasting menu using seasonal ingredients.
Our tasting menu rotates on a weekly basis. Venture through a four-course tasting to try new flavors and expand your taste for Italian cuisine.
About Robert Everest
Minneapolis-based singer/songwriter/guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Robert Everest has been joyfully exploring the music of the world for over 30 years. Performing an average of 150 shows a
year–locally, nationally, and internationally–he has delighted audiences around the globe with his original compositions and his vast repertoire of acoustic world music. His fascination with foreign languages led him through a linguistics degree from the University of MN, which facilitated the development of the multiple languages he brings to his performances. He is particularly fascinated by the incredible variety of musical styles found within Brazil, and organizes and directs the most attended annual Brazilian event in the 5-state area, Carnaval Brasileiro of the Twin Cities. Latin American music makes up the majority of his repertoire, but he also plays music from Southern Europe, singing in Spanish, French, Italian (including different dialects), Portuguese, German, Greek, and of course English.