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  • $$16

    Bruschetta Grilled Pane Di Casa+Fior Di Latte+Pomodorini+Aglio Pane Di Casa!

    Not a sandwich, but a beautiful full size Bruschetta. A Pane Di Casa slice of bread grilled to perfection with Fior Di Latte, cherry tomatoes, olive oil, oregano, garlic and fresh basil. (2 slices per order).

  • $$24

    Bruschetta al Gorgonzola, Prosciutto Crudo, Pears, Black Truffle & Figs Most Amazing Combinations!

    The name of this bruschetta does not tell you the story; we think this is one of the most “deliziosa” bruschetta we can make for you. A multi flavor bruschetta made with the best Gorgonzola cheese we could find in Italy, Prosciutto Crudo, fresh pears, figs cured in honey and black truffles. I little touch of olive oil, Balsamico Di Modena and a perfectly toasted slice of bread on a arugula bed! (4 halves)

  • $$27

    Burrata, Cherry Tomatoes, Mix Olives & Arugula, served with Garlic Bread All In!

    Halved cherry tomatoes, burrata, mix olives fresh basil, olive oil, oregano, and Balsamico di Modena. A beautiful combination of fresh ingredients served with garlic bread (2 slices)

  • $12

    Bruschetta Classica Ohh Yes!

    Nothing simpler than Classico bruschetta. Tomatoes, olive oil, fresh basil, garlic, Italian herbs, on a perfectly grilled slice of Panne di Casa type bread. (4 pieces)

  • $$16

    Bruschetta al Prosciutto Crudo e Bocconcini+Pomodorini Lunch & Dinner starter!

    A real deal here! Prosciutto Crudo, bocconcini, cherry tomatoes, fresh garlic, olive oil, fresh basil, on a perfectly toasted slice of bread (4 pieces); and yes, you can order more than 3 or 4 for either, lunch or dinner.

  • $$16

    Prosciutto Crudo, Gorgonzola, Fig Jam and Balsamico Di Modena WOW!

    An “A La Carte Bruschetta” if we can say this. An amazing paring of our best ingredients we offer on a perfectly toasted slice of bread.  A perfect choice for Lunch & Dinner!

  • $14

    Bruschetta Classico con bocconcini Great flavors!

    Bocconcini, cherry tomatoes, olive oil and fresh basil served on a grilled Panne di Casa type of bread with garlic and herbs. (4 slices)

  • $$16

    Bruschetta al Prosciutto Crudo+Ricotta+Rucola e Aceto Balsamico Di Modena

    Things could get a little complicated here, but this is probably one of the best choices for a bruschetta! Prosciutto crudo, ricotta cheese, on a bed of arugula, fresh basil; wait.. and a lot of olive oil and Balsamico di Modena and of course on a beautiful toasted slice of our own bread!

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    Estate Amazing!

    Cherry tomatoes, olive oil, garlic and fresh basil served on a grilled piece of bread with garlic and herbs.

  • $$16

    Bruschetta alla Ricotta, Mango e Prosciutto Crudo

    A great combination of ricotta cheese, mango, prosciutto crudo, olive oil and Aceto Balsamico Di Mondena. (Can also be ordered with raspberry or strawberry)

  • $$16

    Bruschetta alla Ricotta, Prosciutto Crudo e Olio Aromatizzato al Tartufo Bianco Unique!

    Ricotta cheese, Prosciutto Crudo, and truffle flavored extra virgin olive oil served on a perfectly toasted slice of bread with oregano and Italian herbs sprinkled on top. Just like that!

  • $$16

    Bruschetta con Acchiughe (Anchovies) Capperi e Basilico Tuscany original!

    Best quality anchovies, capers and fresh basil on a perfectly toasted butter crostini.

  • $$16

    Bruschetta con Salmone Afumicatto, Ricotta Cheese e Capperi

    Wild Pacific Smoked salmon, capers, ricotta cheese, red onion, tabasco sauce, olive oil on a perfectly toasted bread! This can get fishy for sure!

That being said, Bruschetta has now turned into an authentic Italian appetizer offering a lot of versatility in terms of ingredients and flavor profile. In the simplest terms, Bruschetta consists of slices of toasted bread with toppings, tomato being the most conventional. You can find this appetizer globally across a diverse range of restaurants but outside of Italy, you will notice that what you are served barely resembles the real thing.

The most popular form of bruschetta is freshly toasted bread with fresh tomatoes as its primary topping dressed with basil, garlic, salt, and olive oil. For centuries, bruschetta has kept hardworking farmers and laborers well-fed who had nothing to eat but old bread. The dish worked both as a full meal and a hearty snack for those doing manual labor all day long, and provided them a way to salvage stale bread. This may not be the most appetizing interpretation of what bruschetta is but we take immense pride in this legendary dish being the staple for hard workers.

Our Interpretation of the Italian Appetizer

For us this may not be the primary dish but it serves as an exceptional appetizer that begins your journey of experiencing the authentic Italian cuisine. Since the famous appetizer could be served in hundreds of different forms, shapes, and variants, our chef takes the creative liberty to offer a wide range of combinations for all types of guests and patrons. At La Casa Della Bruschetta, you can find a variant of this popular appetizer that sits well with your palate.

Since we have produced various amazing combinations and interpretations of bruschetta,
here are some of our most popular variants loved by our guests.