Red cat is perfect for those first few baby steps into the frontier of pungent cheeses. Its gritty, sawdust colored rind blends perfectly with its fudgy, creamy interior, making for a harmonious coupling of textures, aromas and tastes.
The celebration will begin at 6:00pm on Thursday, May 12th, 2011 in the Upstairs Café at Di Bruno Bros. located at 1730 Chestnut Street. Tickets are $45 in advance, $50 at the door. Seating is limited, so it recommended that you purchase tickets in advance.
On Saturday February 12th from 11am-2pm at 1730 Chestnut Street, Mr. Curtin himself will be sampling his caramel and chocolate confections!
We all love our Parmigiano-Reggiano and Pecorino Romano, but there’s a whole world of aged hard cheese to explore for the purpose of grating. When grating cheese over dishes, it is important to remember that the cheese should be selected for its individual merits and flavor profiles, and not merely as part of a salt [...]
by Melanie Fortino It is a shame that such a wonderful meal as breakfast gets shoved into that tiny space of time between getting up and running out the door to work. To address this meal injustice we have in our home an event called “breakfast for dinner.” This allows us to appreciate the deliciousness [...]
by Dan Taylor We here at DiBruno Brothers always take great pride in bringing quality, not-so-typical products into our line, and offering them to our very valued customers. When it comes to biscotti, the delicious, crisp traditional Italian cookie, we make no exceptions. This is why Gilda’s Biscotti is a very important part of our [...]
Our free beer and cheese Happy Hour on Wednesday nights from 5-8pm are now scheduled through the end of May. 9th Street location only. Thank you to all our enthusiastic brewers and representatives who will be joining us. Here they are: April 14th: Nick from Troegs BreweryApril 21st: Chris from Iron HillApril 28th: Angela from [...]
Midnight Moon blew out Montgomery’s Mature Cheddar in the final of Di Bruno Brothers’ March Madness of Cheese yesterday. The underdog pulled off a major upset in grand fashion, taking an 11-1 lead and forcing Montgomery’s to resign under the laws of the Mercy Rule. It was an appropriate way to conclude a tournament filled [...]