May Passport Dinner Blog: Piedmont

Experience a new region of Italy with Katie’s Pizza and Pasta Osteria’s Passport Dinner!  Our next dinner, held May 6, will feature cuisines from the Piedmont region of Italy.  Together with Bommarito Wines, we will be bringing you a five-course meal complete with wine pairings.  These Passport dinners are part of a series inspired by the different Italian regions (there are 20!). The second Wednesday of every month a different Italian region will be featured. Each participating guest will get a stamp in their passport booklet, which is actually their ticket, when they attend a dinner.  The dinners are $65 per person and include tax and gratuity. Tickets can be purchased online at:


If you have any questions, please call us at 314-942-6555.




Giveback Tuesday Blog: Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Come out for our next Giveback Tuesday on April 28 as we raise money for the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.  This nonprofit organization helps people of every race, ethnicity, religion and cultural background by providing food vouchers, medicine, mattresses and other basic needs.  They also offer free legal counseling and resources to help families in serious need.  St. Vincent de Paul is the Society’s American headquarters as well as the local St. Louis Council headquarters and has helped countless families all over the country.


Join us in helping this great organization by stopping in for lunch, dinner or even drinks!  Don’t forget 100% of the proceeds from every purchase, whether it’s dine-in or carryout, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. will be donated. If you have any questions, please call us at 314-942-6555 or visit us online at 

Join Us for Our 2nd Passport Dinner!

We are sold out again for the second month in a row for our Passport Dinner, which will be held Wednesday, February 11. This month’s five course menu is inspired by the Italian region Veneto. Sneak peek at the menu below!


Veneto Menu


1st course


Scallop Crudo, Pomegranate, Fennel Fronds, Sea Salt


Wine- Tedeshi Soave Classico




2nd Course


Cassunzisi Rossi


Wine- Scaia Bianco




3rd Course


Risotto Nero, Charred Octopus


Wine-Scaia Corvina




4th Course


Braised Duck, Polenta, Radicchio


Wine- Giuseppe Londardi Valpolicella




5th Course


Torta Sabbiosa


Wine- Valdo Prosecco

Tickets are on sale now for the March Passport dinner featuring Campania-inspired cuisine. Next month’s dinner will be Wednesday, March 11 and is $65 per person and include tax and gratuity. Tickets can be purchased online at: For additional information, please visit our website at or call us at 314-942-6555.

Giveback Tuesday: Independent Youth

Tuesday, February 24 is the day!! Help us raise money for Independent Youth, a local non-profit that works to develop youth into business leaders of tomorrow. The organization helps students discover their passions, develop their ideas into concrete plans, and make a difference in their lives and the lives around them.


Help the young entrepreneurs in the St. Louis area by joining us for a drink, a meal, or both! Remember: 100% of the profits from every purchase, whether it’s dine-in or carryout from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., will be donated. If you have any questions, please call us at 314-942-6555 or visit us online at For more information about Independent Youth, please visit           


Ingredient of the Month: Blood Orange

Blood oranges are as visually stunning as they are delicious. They get their name thanks to their dark, ruby-colored flesh, a result of the presence of antioxidant pigments, which are not typically found in citrus fruits. Interestingly, this beautifully-hued fruit is the result of a naturally occurring mutation and is likely created from the combining of a pomelo, which is similar to a grapefruit, and a tangerine.


Although blood oranges are primarily grown in Italy, they are thought to have originated in China or the Southern Mediterranean in the 18th century. The antioxidant pigments occur when there are low temperatures at night, which creates the dark maroon color.


This jewel-toned citrus has hints of raspberry and can range from tart to sweet tasting. They are used in many different recipes, including gelato, added zest when baking, or to vinaigrettes. Sicilians commonly use them to perk up salads.


You can come and try our Blood Orange Salad, which includes juicy, tart slices of blood oranges, kumquats, gorgonzola, pine nuts, arugula, endive, and balsamic vinaigrette. Prefer an adult beverage? Try our blood orange margaritas or a blood orange martini, which features fresh squeezed blood orange juice, Ketel One vodka, and a kumquat garnish during our Happy Hour from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. To make reservations, please call 314-942-6555 or visit us online at




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