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Pizza & Wood Fired Kitchen

RestaUrant, MOBILE OVENS & MOBILE BAR CART

 
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Bar-bo-ne   noun: 1. vagabond; a person who travels from place to place

From backyards to Main St….

Pizza Barbone began making their Neapolitan wood fired pizzas by trekking their mobile oven around Cape Cod and the Boston area since the Spring of 2010. After finding much success at local farmer’s markets, public events and customer’s private parties all over MA, they set down roots at a brick and mortar location at 390 Main St. in Hyannis, MA. There they bake their pizza in a beautifully handcrafted Stefano Ferrara oven, which was built from scratch by third generation oven-makers out of rock and ash from Mt. Vesuvius and covered in hand painted glass tiles before being shipped from Naples, Italy.

The oven was the first of its kind in Massachusetts so it is a truly exciting experience to bring the delicious pizza that this 900-degree oven turns out to the people and visitors of Cape Cod.

We are dedicated to using only fresh seasonal ingredients and making as much of our product from scratch that we possibly can. We take care in the food we create starting with the non-GMO "00" flour we import from Italy all the way down to making every spoon of gelato, splash of dressing and ladle of sauce in-house. All in compliment to the vegetables we grow on our rooftop garden!

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Rooftop Garden:

House made and house grown, from our rooftop-farm to your table!

Pizza Barbone built and planted their very own rooftop garden in the spring of 2013 kicking off the urban rooftop farming movement on Cape Cod. With 8 raised beds and 30 self-watering containers all made by the chef’s own hands, Pizza Barbone began their journey towards growing produce with a view of the city streets below. 18,000 pounds of organic Rooflite soil was lifted by crane to their rooftop vegetable oasis where they grow a plethora of organic vegetable. To name a few, the Pizza Barbone garden includes varieties of tomatoes, potatoes, runner beans, beets, carrots, onions, peppers, parsley, cauliflower, marigolds, cucumbers, squash and fresh herbs.

All of their rooftop crops make their way on to their customers plates with the confidence that because they grow it and harvest it themselves they know they are serving their customers the freshest and most seasonal produce on their pizzas and in the dishes they craft.


Jason and Ali O’Toole

Jason O’Toole, Chef & Owner
Chef/owner Jason O’Toole has been achieving career success since the young age of 17 when he set off to be a part of the team at Le Cirque in New York City. Shortly after his time with Le Cirque he continued on to complete his studies at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY. Jason took the talent he acquired from his practice at the CIA to London to work for Chef Gordon Ramsay at his Claridge’s restaurant. He then returned to MA to work in various chef positions around Boston and Cape Cod. Prior to starting Pizza Barbone, Jason had been working as a personal chef for several years on board a privately owned yacht and at the owner’s various residences. While traveling down the east coast in October of 2009, the boat made a stop in Charleston, S.C. where Jason found himself at a restaurant by the name of Extra Virgin Oven (EVO). During his visit to the wood fired pizza restaurant, he met the chefs and owners of EVO and learned about their story of starting off traveling around to local farmers markets with their mobile oven and working with the fresh local ingredients from the Charleston farming community. The very next day Jason returned to the restaurant to purchase the mobile oven they had for sale and the story of Pizza Barbone began. By May of 2010 Jason was operating his mobile oven at public events and farmers markets on Cape Cod. He quickly established a large following of customers booking private parties and has successfully continued with that to today.In the winter of 2012 Jason excitedly signed a lease on his first brick and mortar location for Pizza Barbone on Main St. in Hyannis. Through the Spring he worked tirelessly with the crew building out his new space and proudly opened the doors for his first customers on Father’s Day weekend. Jason enjoys talking with as many of his guests in the restaurant as he can and looks forward to all of the years of Neapolitan pizzas he will be bringing to the visitors, residents and customers of Pizza Barbone.

 

Ali O’Toole
I started out my life daydreaming of two things. First and foremost, finding the love of my life and secondly, food. As fate would have it, they happened to come in the form of a package deal.

As a kid, I grew up with a love of entertaining my sisters with impressions of famous figures from the food world of the 80’s. Whether it be Julia Child or the Swedish Chef from the Muppets, I always found a way to command my sisters attention on long car rides in the family station wagon with “cooking show” improvs much to their delight. Upon my many travels with my family I also kept travel journals, which in turn, really ended up being food journals. My entries most often focused on what I ate that day, where I was when I ate it and what was so wonderful about it. For me, there was always an opportunity to make the enjoyment of a meal or a sweet treat last even longer by jotting it down to pour back over and savor all over again. There was a particular piece of cake on a plane ride to Florida once that my family reminisces on my documentation of quite hilariously!

Flash forward several years later to December 22, 2009. This was the day my life changed in a way I can’t even explain with words. I found the love of my life, Jason O’Toole, and he far surpassed anything I had ever dreamt of for myself. Together we share our love of food and travel, but more importantly than anything, our love for each other. We began our relationship starting our own business together and ever since have looked forward to every single day as best friends loving, laughing, eating, traveling and growing a business together!


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Pizza Barbone LONG TABLE Menu:

No Pizza tonight!

Start your evening with a refreshing welcome drink from our vintage cocktail camper parked on Main Street. Then indulge in some passed canapes and treats before you take a walk to mingle. Once you return to our table, be prepared to wine and dine with a seasonal well-crafted selection of food and wine. You can also expect some surprises throughout dinner.

 

LOBSTER SALAD

asparagus, fingerling potato, mustard vinaigrette, herbs

Four Graces Pinot Gris Willamette Valley, Oregon

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ROASTED HALIBUT

morel mushrooms, spring peas, green garlic pesto

Bouchard Pinot Noir Burgundy, France

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Pasture Raised LAMB LOIN or Grass Fed BEEF STRIP LOIN

 (selection to be made during booking for entire party)

Gorgonzola polenta, Thumbelina carrots, cippolini onions

Castello Di Volpaia, Chianti Clascico DOCG Tuscany, Italy Certified Organic

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CARROT CAKE

candied carrot, cream cheese gelato, walnut caramel

Badia A Coltibuono Vin Santo Tuscany, Italy Certified Organic

$150 per guest, plus tax and gratuity


EVENT DETAILS

WHAT: A truly unique evening you won’t want to miss, Long Table is a four-course sit-down dining experience down the middle of Hyannis Main Street. Each restaurant will provide their own curated four-course dinner with beverage pairings.

WHERE: Pizza Barbone, 390 Main Street, Hyannis

WHEN: Sunday, June 23rd

*Rain Date: Monday, June 24th

TIME: 5:00 pm- 8:30 pm

RESERVE YOUR SEAT: Call Pizza Barbone directly at 508-957-2377 to secure your seat with a credit card.

(Please be prepared to reserve the beef or lamb selection for your entree at the time of booking.)

HOW TO CHECK IN AT THE EVENT: Please check in at one of the entrances around Long Table. Each check in station will have a list with every individual guests name and restaurant designation. They will direct you toward your restaurants location, where you will receive your Long Table lanyard and a complimentary welcome cocktail.

TABLE DECOR CONTEST: Each restaurant will be decorating their table with their own vision and design. We invite guests to take a walk around upon arrival and view the beautiful and unique decor of each restaurant. Don’t forget to vote for the People’s Choice for favorite tablescape by posting a photo of it on Facebook or Instagram and tagging it with #LongTablePeoplesChoice.

GREET, TOAST & DINE: 

5:00 pm- 6:00 pm: After checking in, enjoy a complimentary welcome cocktail provided by your restaurant. Locate your seats and take a moment to check out the different tablescapes!

6:15 pm: Take your seat, welcome comments and a grand toast will kick off the evening.

6:30 pm- 8:30 pm: Four-course dinner served with custom beverage pairings.

8:15 pm: Table decor contest winner announced.

ATTIRE: Cape Cod Evening Casual, or themed depending on your restaurant.

PARKING: Parking is available on North and South Street lots. Free parking will be available at the paid lot on Ocean Street behind the Hibbel building. Main Street will be closed to traffic from Ocean Street to Winter Street. We will provide additional details as to which lot will be closest to your assigned restaurant.

Proceeds from Long Table will go to the Main Street Lights Initiative. proceeds WILL providE fundING for lights ALONG Main Street LIGHT POSTS, as well as for permanent, decorative, tree lights on Hyannis Main Street.