Tre Nonne: Italian Gem of the Triad
By Sarah K Wilson
Tre Nonne continues to wow the triad with authentic, made from scratch italian dishes, just like the owner’s grandma would serve. Nestled into a complex at 177 Jonestown road, the Marescas proudly stay true to their Italian roots, bringing the triad fresh homemade pasta- a true labor of love. The sauces and dishes are made in house, the Sunday gravy alone takes six to eight hours to perfect. Sunday gravy is a slow cooked tomato sauce served along homemade meatballs, sausage, and of course, the fresh made pasta.
Tre Nonne always goes the extra mile, offering a rewards program with great discounts, along with catering options to bring authentic Italian flair to any occasion. The owners believe in serving up the best, because they see the Triad as family. They even have their motto “Come as friends, leave as family” painted on the wall of their relaxed, aromatic dining room.
The restaurant has added several new wines to the menu, alongside a full bar featuring seasonal drinks like the famous apple cinnamon shots, along with many other signature craft cocktails. For those who are interested in trying multiple wines, a wine flight is a sure-fire way to sample many different wines from a variety of different regions. The flights are offered at half price on Tuesday through Thursday, on Tuesday there are four different wines at $4 a glass to choose from, and Wine Down Wednesday is half priced bottles!
Tre Nonne also hosts monthly wine dinners that are thoughtfully paired to perfection. Charity wine dinners are held biyearly, where a portion of the proceeds go to autism awareness and anti-bullying causes. Tre Nonne cares about the community, which is why the quality and authenticity of their food will never be compromised. Stay tuned to find out what dish Tre Nonne will offer half price for the Big Eat Event!