Tiziano Fioretti, owner of Mosto Wine Bar & Tapas (formerly Mosto Crudo) at  7 West Haley Street, tells me that they have introduced a new dinner menu. Mosto  recently added some new dishes such as homemade pastas, traditionally from Rome, where the chef is from. They have also added some entree style plates like filet Mignon, monkfish, and lobster.  Fioretti tells me that they changed the name to only Mosto since they are not serving crudo anymore. Mosto is open Tuesday-Wednesday 4-10 p.m., Thursday-Saturday 4-11 p.m., and offers a Sunday brunch.

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3 Responses to NEW MENU AT MOSTO

  1. Alisa says:

    Please stop in and try this wonderful little restaurant! We had a fabulous dinner here Saturday night!

  2. Peter says:

    Atrocious “service”… party of three with reservations and we’re the only table in the place. We were told to sit in the back of the restaurant, as the (aspiring) waitress stated that a large group was coming in for happy hour. Felt like a self serve restaurant, as we had to order extra wine at the counter as well as ordering the check. Sloppy service at best, but the food was actually very good. If not for the poor service, we would return.

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