New Restaurant: Two Cousins from Sicily Open a Second Italian Diner on The Treasure Coast!

Knowhere News– Nestled in the heart of Stuart, Florida, Pane e Vino emerges as a beacon of culinary delight, beckoning patrons to embark on a sensory journey through the diverse flavors of Italy. Since its inception, Pane e Vino has garnered attention for its exquisite fusion of Sicilian, Neapolitan, and Sardinian cuisines, curated by seasoned chefs with a passion for authenticity. Let’s delve into the gastronomic marvels that await within the walls of this esteemed establishment.


Kicking off the epicurean adventure are tantalizing appetizers crafted to awaken the palate. Diners can indulge in delicacies such as the Carpaccio di Manzo, featuring thinly sliced beef tenderloin adorned with arugula, shaved Parmigiano, and a drizzle of lemon EVOO.

  • Carpaccio di Manzo: thinly sliced beef tenderloin, arugula, shaved Parmigiano, lemon EVOO ($20)
  • Burrata or Buffalo: imported prosciutto di Parma, served with heirloom tomato, arugula, figs, and balsamic pearls ($21-$25)
  • Rollatini di Melenzane: breaded eggplant, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, shaved Parmigiano, marinara sauce ($21)
  • Polpo alla Griglia: Mediterranean grilled octopus, served over arugula, roasted potato, mixed olives, Italian tomato confit, and capers, finished with Pane e Vino dressing ($28)
  • Fritto Misto di Paranza: fried calamari, zucchini, sweet peppers, shrimp, served with marinara sauce and lemon aioli sauce ($23)
  • Cozze e Vongole: sautéed mussels and clams in garlic oil, white wine, and parsley, served with a choice of marinara sauce, lemon sauce, or Fra Diavolo ($22)
  • Tortino al Pecorino: soufflé with pecorino cheese, served with Sardinian thinly sliced bread and mixed wild mushrooms in a truffle cream sauce ($23)
  • Mozzarella in Carrozza: prepared by coating a mozzarella in egg and flour and frying it with marinara sauce ($24)
  • Tagliere Misto: daily selection of Italian meats and cheeses, grilled seasonal vegetables, cherry tomato caponata, fig jam, crostini ($25)
  • Zuppa del Giorno: soup of the day, cup or bowl ($10-$15)
New Restaurant: Two Cousins from Sicily Open a Second Italian Diner on The Treasure Coast!


For a refreshing interlude, Pane e Vino offers an array of vibrant salads bursting with seasonal ingredients. The Insalata Pane e Vino entices with mixed greens, shaved fennel, avocado, and beet salad, harmoniously dressed in Pane e Vino’s signature dressing. Patrons can also savor classics like the Caesar Salad, featuring crisp romaine lettuce, focaccia croutons, and Parmigiano Reggiano tossed in a tangy Caesar dressing.

  • Insalata Pane e Vino: mixed greens, shaved fennel, avocado, beet salad, confit tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, artichoke, Pane e Vino dressing ($8-$15)
  • Caesar Salad: Romaine, focaccia croutons, parmigiano Reggiano, Caesar dressing, white anchovy ($6-$11)
  • Insalata Fantasia: shaved fennel, oranges, black olives, roasted beets, arugula, lemon EVOO dressing ($8-$15)
  • Insalata Deliziosa: spring mix salad, romaine, heirloom tomatoes, apple, candied walnuts, cranberry, sun-dried tomatoes, gorgonzola cheese in a Pane e Vino dressing ($8-$15)
  • Caprese: fresh mozzarella, heirloom tomatoes, prosciutto Parma, EVOO, mixed olives, basil, balsamic glaze ($15)

Pizze Rosse

No Italian feast is complete without the iconic Neapolitan pizza, and Pane e Vino delivers a symphony of flavors with its Pizze Rosse selection. From the classic Margherita, adorned with San Marzano sauce, fresh basil, and fior di latte, to the indulgent Mortazza, boasting prosciutto di Parma, mortadella, and creamy burrata, each pizza is a culinary masterpiece crafted in a traditional wood oven.

  • Margherita: San Marzano sauce, fresh basil, EVOO, fior di latte, parmigiano ($15)
  • Calabrese: San Marzano fior di latte sauce, fresh basil, spicy salami, ‘nduja ($20)
  • Capricciosa: San Marzano sauce, fresh basil, EVOO, fior di latte, mushrooms, black olives, artichokes, Italian ham ($21)
  • Parma: San Marzano sauce, fresh basil, EVOO, fior di latte, finished with arugula, prosciutto di Parma, shaved parmigiano ($23)
  • Buffalo: San Marzano sauce, buffalo mozzarella, EVOO, fresh basil, parmigiano ($18)
  • Mortazza: San Marzano sauce, fior di latte, fresh basil, parmigiano, cherry tomatoes, arugula, prosciutto di Parma, mortadella, burrata ($24)
  • Siciliana: San Marzano sauce, fior di latte, basil, parmigiano, EVOO, scamorza affumicata, melanzane, ricotta ($23)
  • Carnivora: San Marzano sauce, fior di latte, sausage, ham and salami ($20)

Pizze Bianche

For those craving a departure from traditional tomato-based pizzas, the Pizze Bianche selection offers an enticing alternative. Indulge in the Pistacchio, featuring a medley of fior di latte, burrata, mortadella, and crumbled pistachio, or delight in the Vegetariana, showcasing grilled eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, and red pepper atop a canvas of creamy fior di latte.

  • Pistacchio: fior di latte, EVOO, burrata, mascarpone cheese, mortadella, crumbled pistachio ($24)
  • Napoletana: fior di latte, buffalo mozzarella, EVOO, fresh basil, parmigiano, sausage, broccoli rabe, black olives ($23)
  • Rucolosa: fior di latte, EVOO, tomato confit, speck, burrata, rucola ($22)
  • 4 Formaggi: fior di latte, gorgonzola, parmigiano, scamorza affumicata ($20)
  • Vegetariana: fior di latte, basil, EVOO, eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms, red pepper ($21)
  • Porcina: fior di latte, EVOO, parmigiano, porcini mushrooms, speck, truffle oil ($24)
  • Zucca: fior di latte, scamorza affumicata, pumpkin cream, pancetta, parmigiano ($23)
  • Calzone Classico: fior di latte, parmigiano, salame, ricotta, basil ($20)
New Restaurant: Two Cousins from Sicily Open a Second Italian Diner on The Treasure Coast!

Primi Piatti

Transitioning to the primi piatti, or first courses, diners are presented with an array of tantalizing pasta dishes steeped in Italian tradition. From the indulgent Gnocchi Tricolore, adorned with San Marzano tomato sauce and stracciatella of fresh burrata, to the decadent Linguine Vongole & Bottarga, featuring linguine pasta tossed with Manila clams, garlic, and Sardinian caviar, each dish exemplifies culinary finesse.

  • Gnocchi Tricolore: homemade tricolor Italian Flag gnocchi, with San Marzano tomato sauce, fresh basil, stracciatella of fresh burrata ($24)
  • Gnocchi Pane & Vino: homemade tricolor Italian flag gnocchi, served with Italian sausage ragù in a creamy vodka sauce finished with, stracciatella cheese ($26)
  • Pappardelle al Ragù: Fresh pappardelle pasta served in a beef short ribs ragù ($30)
  • Ravioli Ricotta & Spinach: fresh homemade ravioli with spinach and ricotta cheese in butter sage sauce ($27)
  • Linguine Vongole & Bottarga: linguine pasta with fresh Manila clams, garlic, EVOO, white wine, parsley, and finished with a touch of Sardinia caviar, grated Mullet roe ($25)
  • Linguine allo Scoglio: linguine pasta in a red seafood sauce with calamari, mussels, clams, shrimp, European shrimp ($32)
  • Fettuccine Maine Lobster: homemade fettuccine with a half Maine lobster with confit tomato in red sauce ($33)
  • Risotto alla Zucca: Arborio risotto with butternut squash, out-of-shell shrimp, stracciatella of fresh burrata, and jumbo scallops ($33)
  • Ravioli all’Ossobuco e Tartufo: homemade ravioli stuffed with Ossobuco in a black truffle mushroom creamy sauce ($27)
  • Fregola Sarda: Sardinian couscous style pasta in a seafood bisque reduction with clams, mussels, shrimp, chopped calamari, zucchini, tomato confit and a touch of saffron cream ($29)
New Restaurant: Two Cousins from Sicily Open a Second Italian Diner on The Treasure Coast!

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In conclusion, Pane e Vino stands as a testament to the rich tapestry of Italian gastronomy, weaving together flavors from Sicily, Naples, and Sardinia into a symphony of culinary delight. Under the visionary leadership of owners Eric Cavallaro and Alfio Trovato, this esteemed establishment continues to captivate diners with its impeccable cuisine and warm hospitality. Whether indulging in traditional Neapolitan pizza or savoring homemade pasta dishes, patrons are invited to experience the essence of Italy within the inviting ambiance of Pane e Vino.

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