We have great spaces available for your social or corporate parties. for details, call 414-771-7910.

Events

Day Time Private Events

Being a dinner-only restaurant, Ristorante Bartolotta is the perfect place to host your next private lunch party.  Ideal for both business events and social celebrations, our restaurant is available 7 days a week from 11am (or earlier upon request) to 4pm. You can have the entire restaurant exclusively for your event for an incredibly low minimum starting at $500! 

 

Our flexible options can accommodate smaller, medium and larger parties up to 60 people in our charming dining room and it is the perfect setting for baptisms, rehearsals, birthday or anniversary celebrations, funeral gatherings, business presentations and more. 

 

Our menu offers a wide range of options specializing in authentic Italian cuisine and is customized to every event to ensure full satisfaction for you and your guests. Our Wine Director Todd Hasselbacher can work with you to help you find the perfect wines and other drinks to go along with your reception. With Milwaukee's best Italian wine selection, beers and cocktails and our warm, professional staff, your event is sure to be a success.

 


Please call or email us for more information.

Nathan McNichols
Catering Manager
414-771-7910

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Mastroberardino Wandering Wine Maker with Dario Pennino

A really good friend, Dario Pennino comes back to Ristorante to showcase the current vintages of Mastroberardino, perhaps southern Italy's best known winery.
Located in the mountains of Irpinia in Campania, Mastroberardino is an iconic winery because if it's solid, well-made wines from the area. Unlike other wineries who like to experiment with international grapes, Mastroberardino only produces wines based on local grape varieties such as Greco, Fiano, Aglianico, Piedirosso, Coda di Volpe. More importantly, the winery was designated to head a project by the Italian government to make the first wine of our era from an extinct grape called Sciascinoso (brought back with DNA taken from excavated stalks and cloned with living plants). This grape was widely used by the ancient Romans who had a post in nearby Pompeii. The wine is called Villa dei Misteri after a suburban villa in Pompeii, the label showcases the beautiful Roman frescoes found in the villa's walls. For this highly allocated wine, Ristorante Bartolotta was able to secure 2 cases (12 bottles) out of the total 1721 bottles produced in the first harvest of 2001.
If you want a taste of what the Romans were drinking around 79 AD, then this is a must wine event. We will be featuring an ancient Roman feast to match these legendary wines.

http://www.mastroberardino.com/en/

 

 Villa dei Misteri wine, Sciascinoso grapes & upcoming guest Dario Pennino 

 

Mastroberardino Wandering Wine Maker
Monday, February 2nd, 2015
Regular service and business hours 5:30pm-9pm
Reservations 414.771.7910

 

Michele Alois Wandering Wine Maker with Massimo Alois

February will be a busy month for wine tastings and we will be also welcoming Massimo Alois from Michele Alois winery in Campania on Monday February 9th.
They specialize in less known but great local grapes such as Casavecchia and Pallagrello along with staples from the region such as Aglianico and Falanghina.
Joins us to taste and enjoy these small production, obscure and fantastic wines from southern Italy.

http://www.vinialois.it/alois/en/

 

 

Michele Alois Wandering Wine Maker
Monday, February 9th, 2015
Regular service and business hours 5:30pm-9pm
Reservations 414.771.7910

 

Chianti Wine Dinner with Badia a Coltibuono

Roberto Stucchi-Prinetti from renowned Chianti producer Badia a Coltibuono will be visiting us on Tuesday, February 24th for a special, tasting menu wine dinner. 
Roberto's family is legendary in Chianti and Tuscany.  They have been making wine in Chianti Classico for 160 years.  They were one of the first families to import Chianti to the US market, also one of the first to import quality olive oil as well.  The family's estate, Badia a Coltibuono, is a former abbey which is also a bed and breakfast nowadays,  as well as a restaurant and even a cooking school.  
Roberto's mother is the famous Lorenza de Medici, who wrote over 30 cookbooks and had a PBS show on Italian cooking.  She traces her ancestry to the famous de Medici family of the Renaissance in 14th century Florence.

Join us for this very special event.

http://www.coltibuono.com/index.asp?lingua=_L2

Coltibuono Wine Dinner
4 courses-4 wines  $85/person plus tax & gratuity
Tuesday, February 24th, 2015  6:30 pm
Reservations 414.771.7910

 

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