Today’s feature is a newcomer to the Germantown food scene: Sarino. They boast Neapolitan pizza (with both an oven & specialized flour imported from Italy – you can taste the difference) and homemade pasta. In my eyes, it is a very welcome addition to the ever-growing Goss Avenue!
They luckily hosted my friend Nicole and I for a Galentine’s Day dinner. We left with smiles, overly-satiated appetites, and with a fantastic night underneath our belts.
What I Ordered:
Cheese and Charcuterie Board: Parmigiano Reggiano, Dolce Gorgonzola, Sopressata, Fontina.
Arancini (the highlight of the meal for me): fried saffron rice balls, meat, marinara. Delicious.
Pasta with vodka sauce: rigate, vodka tomato cream, shrimp, mushrooms.
The Porker: san marzano, basil, fior de latte, hot coppa, prosciutto di parma, caciocavallo, parmigiano reggiano.
You can visit Sarino at 1030 Goss Ave in Germantown. Tell them that I sent ya!
As always, Happy Eating!
Y’all come back now, ya hear?
FTC: I was not compensated for this post. I, at times, am fortunate enough to receive accommodations in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own.