Find Dreadnought Wines at the following restaurants, bars, clubs and wine bars in and around the region.

Restaurant & Wine Bar, Pittsburgh, PA

The concept for Senti was born from Franco Braccia’s dream of bringing together authentic Italian food, traditional European service and modern wining and dining. Inspired by a collection of classic Italian recipes provided by Franco’s lifelong friend and Italian Chef, Enrico Scolari, Senti’s Executive Chef has masterly created an ensemble of dishes that retain the integrity of those original recipes while showcasing an understanding for the subtle flavors of Italy.

In addition to the dining rooms, Senti has a wine bar/lounge area with a state-of-the-art, automated wine dispenser allowing Franco to feature exquisite Italian wines at affordable measured pours. The wine dispenser can be operated by a server, or, with the purchase of a prepaid card, customers can help themselves at their leisure.

The interior design of Senti was done by Christina Ishida of Cici Crib Interiors. Christina sought to pay homage to Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh’s Art Center, with Senti’s open, gallery-like layout and the large, original paintings by Traute Ishida. The art on the walls pops against the dark aubergine main wall, while the art on the plates pops against the pristine white of the minimal dishes.

3473 Butler Street, Pittsburgh
Free parking across the street from the restaurant every day after 6:00pm, and all day Sundays.

The parking lot is reserved for Senti customers during these times.  You will not be towed!

412.586.4347 • [email protected]


Restaurant (James Beard Winning Chef), Philadelphia, PA

Opening its doors in 2008, Zahav is a modern Israeli restaurant that brings the authentic flavors of Israel’s cultural heritage to Philadelphia.

The name Zahav means “gold” in Hebrew, and is a reference to Jerusalem, which has been a cultural crossroads for thousands of years. The design of the restaurant echoes the hidden courtyards of Jerusalem, with golden limestone floors and walls, hand-carved tables, and soaring ceilings.

The soul of Zahav is the laffa bread, baked to order in our wood-fired Taboon; the creamy and nutty hummus that will transport you to Jerusalem; and the sizzling skewers of meat grilled over hardwood charcoal. Zahav offers a small plates menu that encourages guests to sample the large variety of cultural influences on the cuisine of Israel – from Eastern Europe to North Africa and from Persia to the Eastern Mediterranean.

Guests can relax and enjoy the bounty of the Israeli table with a cold Lemonnana, a cocktail from our award-winning list, or a bottle of boutique Israeli wine from one of the largest selections outside of Israel.

237 St James Pl, Philadelphia, PA 19106
On the grounds of the Society Hill Towers. The restaurant overlooks Dock Street (just off Walnut Street, between 2nd and 3rd Streets) and next to the Ritz 5 movie theater. Limited Street Parking, Valet Available.
Click here directions.

412.586.4347 • [email protected]


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