Gaslight, Tonno Team Up for Pop-Up Chef Dinner

Michael Zentner and Anthony Caturano will bring each restaurant’s flavorful fare to this special multi-course menu.

Gaslight's culinary director Michael Zentner


On Wednesday, January 24, Boston’s award-winning and most popular French brasserie Gaslight Brasserie du Coin is heading to Gloucester’s classic Italian eatery, Tonno, for a special one-night chef pop-up event. Gaslight’s culinary director Michael Zentner and Tonno chef/owner Anthony Caturano will team up for a five-course dinner and wine pairing, blending the unique and authentic French/Italian styles of Gaslight and Tonno, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Having worked together years ago at Gaslight, longtime friends Zentner and Caturano will bring each restaurant’s flavorful fare to this special multi-course menu, paired with the wines curated by local wine guru BZ of Martignetti Liquors. Start the evening with a foie gras torchon, and continue with coursed selections like fluke crudo, rabbit confit agnolotti, Beef bourguignon, and El Ray chocolate tart.

Full menu with ingredients is available below. Tickets are $60 and must be purchased by calling Tonno at 978.879.4795 or emailing Don’t miss the opportunity to sip and savor with two of the industry’s top culinary talents.



Gaslight/Tonno Pop-up Five Course Dinner w/ Wine Pairings:


First Course

Foie Gras Torchon

Seckel Pears, Moustarda

Sauternes Reduction

Wine Pairing: Poggio al Tesoro, Vermentino, Bolgheri, 2016


Second Course

Fluke Crudo

Citrus, Castelvetrano Olives

Grapefruit Kocho

Wine Pairing: Terlan, Sauvignon Blanc “Winkl”, Alto Adige, 2016


Third Course

Rabbit Confit Agnolotti

Saffron Carrot Mousseline, Pistachio

Wine Pairing: Colombini, Rosso di Montalcino, Toscana, 2015


Fourth Course

Beef Bourguignon

Smoked Sunchoke, Hazelnut Fricco

Barolo Reduction

Wine Pairing: Renato Ratti, Barolo, Piemonte, 2013


Fifth Course

El Ray Chocolate Tart

Candied Hazelnuts, Grand Marnier Zabaglione

Wine Pairing: Ramos Pinto 10 Year Tawny Port

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