• Little Italy Meatball Crawl and Wine Tasting

  • Sat, 11/30/2019 at 1:00 pm
  • Little Italy CLE
    12010 Mayfield Rd
    12010 Cleveland
Little Italy Meatball Crawl and Wine Tasting - Little Italy CLE - Cleveland

** TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT FOR THIS EVENT**Thank you for your enthusiasm and support! Because this was our first event like this we weren't quite sure what to expect and we sold out very quickly. We will be doing more in the future so please stay tuned!Join us for the inaugural Meatball Crawl and Wine Tasting in Cleveland's historic Little Italy neighborhood!TICKETS ARE LIMITED! PLEASE CLICK THE "GET TICKETS" BUTTON TO PURCHASE! To celebrate Small Business Saturday many of your favorite Little Italy restaurants and merchants will be offering meatball and wine tastings! For one ticket price you'll be able wander through the neighborhood nibbling and sipping samples of the most delicious versions of these Italian delecacies paired with the perfect wine sampling. Each location will offer their own recipe and you get to decide which version is your favorite!At dusk we will cap off this event with a Christmas tree lighting and hot chocolate. But don't let us chase you away! Please stay for dinner, a sweet treat, coffee or a night cap. And be sure to check out our merchants as you walk-off the festivities!We are a neighborhood of small businesses and we value your patronage! Lets celebrate the day with this festive event. Come enjoy the sites and sounds of the Little Italy you already love or get to know us for the first time. All are welcome!Meatball:"In Italy, meatballs (named polpette [polˈpette], sing. polpetta) are generally eaten as a main course or in a soup. The main ingredients of an Italian meatball are beef and/or pork and sometimes poultry or sausage, salt, black pepper, chopped garlic, olive oil, Romano cheese, eggs, bread crumbs, and parsley, mixed and rolled by hand to a golf ball size. In the Abruzzo region of Italy, especially in the Province of Teramo, the meatballs are typically the size of marbles and are called polpettine [polpetˈtiːne]." - Wikipedia