House-made Cello Flight, Sirio

For the perfect wrap up to an Italian feast, hail Sirio’s roving after-dinner drink cart for an amaro, grappa or one of chef Vincenzo Scarmiglia’s house-made seasonal cellos, based on a recipe passed down from his grandmother that takes nearly three weeks to create. Each is individually paired with a beautiful petit four in flights of up to five. Try the cocoacello with a cocoa nib cookie, the tangerinecello with a polenta cookie or the ultimate sweet ending, trufflecello with a truffle chocolate brownie.

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