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As mentioned in my earlier post, the Pig & Pickle was host to the Scottsdale International Film Festival Fundraiser “Movie and Mangia” on March 24. Approximately 50 people gathered to view a screening of an Italian film at the Pig & Pickle, 2922 North Hayden Road. We ate lunch and tasted a number of tasty italian dishes. After lunch we gathered in the “screening” room to view an Italian film with a post-film discussion with Nick Salerno. Following are photos of the wonderful and tasty items Pig & Pickle prepared for the attendees at the Fundraiser. If you haven’t already dined at Pig & Pickle, please place it on your list of “must eat” restaurants. Oh, Pig and Pickle is open until 1:00 a.m. on the weekend. Enjoy and patronize local eateries!
Waiting to Mangia!
The start of a wonderful lunch featuring “creative Italian dishes.”
This is Wonder Woman; she was everywhere, serving the many wonderful dishes prepared in the Pig & Pickle kitchen, and she provided us with a “synopsis” of every dish placed on the table. Fantastic!
Keenan Bosworth overseeing the “Movie & Mangia.”
One of the many, many tasty, wonderful dishes we experienced at the Pig & Pickle. YUM!
The Lamb was to “die for.”
After lunch our group wandered into the “screening” room set up in the Pig & Pickle restaurant. Great job!!!
And, here is “Amy Ettinger.” She is the Executive Director of the Scottsdale Film Festival. She is the person who has managed to keep the Scottsdale International Film Festival “alive” for all these years – truly driven!
Nicholas Salerno, the person instrumental in bringing the Italian film for the group to screen and to decide whether to enter the film into the Scottsdale International Film Festival.
After the movie screening, the Pig & Pickle’s provided the group with this luscious dessert table!