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(Please RSVP limited seating!) Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

6:30-10:30 Cost $125 per person Buffet with Open Bar! Entertainment by: 'Julian & Dominique" "Cameos" "The Infernos Band" DJ:"Chris Anthony" For those who cannot attend, donations are welcomed. Make checks payable to: Verona Chapter of UNICO Mail to:Verona UNICO PO Box 104, Verona, NJ 07044

Address: 50 Maple Ave Red Bank, NJ 07701

Phone: 732-530-5858

Email: inquiries@buona-sera.com BUONA SERA! Welcome to Buona Sera Ristorante & Bar, Red Bank’s finest traditional Italian restaurant. Savor real Italian food in a formal setting, grab a slice of our Neapolitan-style brick oven pizza for a quick bite to eat, or let us host your private meeting or special event.

We bring 35 years of culinary experience & passion to every table. Quality hospitality are paramount attributes that equate to continued success.

Customers are our top priority and the answer is always yes!

So whether it’s just you and a date, or you and 150 guests for a boutique wedding, join us at Buona Sera and take your senses on a trip. Enjoy yourself—divertiti!

(Please RSVP limited seating!) Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Address: 50 Maple Ave Red Bank, NJ 07701

Phone: 732-530-5858

Email: inquiries@buona-sera.com BUONA SERA! Welcome to Buona Sera Ristorante & Bar, Red Bank’s finest traditional Italian restaurant. Savor real Italian food in a formal setting, grab a slice of our Neapolitan-style brick oven pizza for a quick bite to eat, or let us host your private meeting or special event.

We bring 35 years of culinary experience & passion to every table. Quality hospitality are paramount attributes that equate to continued success.

Customers are our top priority and the answer is always yes!

So whether it’s just you and a date, or you and 150 guests for a boutique wedding, join us at Buona Sera and take your senses on a trip. Enjoy yourself—divertiti!

CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: (718) 967-3077 Located at 154 Mansion Avenue, the Marina Cafe is the perfect atmosphere for a get-together with family and friends. It offers the fine dining experience of a premier Manhattan restaurant with the friendly staff of a local business, and no other restaurant on Staten Island has a breathtaking view of Great Kills Harbor.

The Marina Cafe also offers custom food and drink packages for banquets, lunches and the exclusive, three-course shower celebration menu features family-style portions of cold antipasto, Italian egg roll, and the choice of two kinds of pasta, chicken Francese, veal brace Ole, seafood stuffed shrimp, grilled chicken capricciosa, fillet of salmon dijonaise, as well as dessert, coffee, sangria, and champagne toast.

RSVP RECOMMENDED! Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

RSVP RECOMMENDED! Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

Taverna On The Green is a new and exciting offering in Bergen County—an upscale restaurant adjacent to the greens of the Paramus Golf Course, with a spectacular view, live entertainment, and plans for expansion. Unlike many of the exclusive, costly country clubs nearby, we make our elegant dining and entertainment experience open to the public so all can enjoy. We are thrilled to have one of the best outdoor dining views in all of Bergen County! Our Executive Chef is creating a fun, exciting menu filled with local favorites and innovative specials.

Mosaico Restaurant (908) 233-3553 www.mosaico22.com

The owner of Mosaico, Guatemalan Rudy Carrera, has designed the restaurant with an open kitchen and decorated it with mosaics, attractive lighting, and polished wood floors; screens with colored-glass panes divide the dining area from the kitchen.

Walking in through the Mediterranean archway conjures up images of the Tuscan coast. An open kitchen surrounded by colorful mosaic tiles greets you after a warm welcome by the attentive staff. The aromas of Italian cuisine pervades the room and moves you to a quiet Italian countryside where the chianti flows freely to wash down baskets of bread and trays of antipasta. The dining room is large and comfortable and supported by beautiful wood beams running the width and length of the room. The centerpiece of the room is a large wall filled with stained glass lit by candlelight. The side of the room is lined with open, authentic wood framed glass doors that lead to a private dining room.

Chef Louis Romero, previously the chef at Echoqua, in nearby Springfield, has a light hand with both classic and modern Italian dishes. The menu is comprehensive, with a few specials added each day.

CALL FOR RESERVATIONS: (718) 967-3077 Located at 154 Mansion Avenue, the Marina Cafe is the perfect atmosphere for a get-together with family and friends. It offers the fine dining experience of a premier Manhattan restaurant with the friendly staff of a local business, and no other restaurant on Staten Island has a breathtaking view of Great Kills Harbor.

The Marina Cafe also offers custom food and drink packages for banquets, lunches and the exclusive, three-course shower celebration menu features family-style portions of cold antipasto, Italian egg roll, and the choice of two kinds of pasta, chicken Francese, veal brace Ole, seafood stuffed shrimp, grilled chicken capricciosa, fillet of salmon dijonaise, as well as dessert, coffee, sangria, and champagne toast.