‘Tis the season for celebrating

The holiday season is here and we’re preparing very special feasts for you and your loved ones. Come celebrate with us!
Event information and reservation links are listed below. Be sure to follow us on social media for the latest details.

 

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Sunday, Dec 23 + MoNDAy, DEC 24

FeSTA DEI SETTE PESCI —
FEAST OF THE SEVEN FISHES

Celebrate Christmas with a cherished Italian tradition — Feast of the Seven Fishes — San Lorenzo style!
4-course Prix-Fixe, $65 per person

Make your reservations now!

 

Monday, Dec 31

NYE celebration

Ring in 2019 with a special New Year’s Eve dinner. We are offering two seatings. Please use the reservation link below and select the time slot you prefer. Kindly note: The kitchen will close at 11:00pm but the celebration will continue past midnight!

1st Seating

5:00pm — 6:30pm
3-course Prix-Fixe — $65 per person

2nd Seating

7:00pm — 11:00pm
4-course Prix-Fixe — $85 per person

Make your reservations now!

Menu coming soon!

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 Monsummano Terme Crest

Monsummano Terme Crest

A true taste of Tuscany in Shaw

Chef Massimo Fabbri takes exceptional pride in presenting his culinary creations, and San Lorenzo Ristorante + Bar — DC's NEWEST anticipated eatery — is no exception!

San Lorenzo is Chef Fabbri’s most personal and passionate endeavor yet, paying homage to his family and hometown of Monsummano Terme in the Tuscan region of Italy.

When you step into San Lorenzo you're transported to Italy — from the food and wine, to the cheerful, slightly cheeky attitude and the exquisite space. The menu features simple but perfect preparation of fine, fresh ingredients from the Tuscan region; the classic dishes with which Chef Fabbri grew up. The warm surroundings feature layers of rich texture and elements of the Monsummano town crest.

San Lorenzo is named after Massimo's son, who in turn is named for San (or Saint) Lorenzo, the patron saint of chefs. The martyr took on this mantle when, as he was burning to death on a grill as punishment for disobeying orders and giving away the treasures of the church to the poor, he joked, "Turn me over, I'm done on this side!"