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Pèpe International, Inc.
PO BOX 901
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921

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Pèpe International, Inc.
Corner of Dolores St. & 7th St.
Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA 93921
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  WINNER ANNOUNCED! Click here to see the winner.   Winner receives dinner for 4 at Little Napoli (and the cocktail named after them at Vesuvio Restaurant in Carmel) We're looking to discover a new cocktail, and name it after the creator. Want to be the next Negroni? All you have to do is send us a new and original cocktail recipe, AND include a video of you making it. (or at least some cool photos). Submit it to us below in the comments section, via email, or on Facebook. Winner will receive a dinner for 4 at Little Napoli, and we'll feature the

    Meet, Eat and Make a Difference!   Come meet actor JOE PANTOLIANO and sample his very own tomato sauce PÈPE & PANTS (more..) this Monday, October 18th at our monthly All You Can Eat Pasta Dinner.Doors open at 6:30 PM. Tickets sold at Nature's Temptations. HURRY only 50 seats available!   THE BEST all you can eat PASTA DINNER October 18th at 7:00 PM   Penne Vodka Sausage & Meatballs, Organic Green Salad, Fresh Bread Dessert & Coffee Cash Bar Adults $21, Kids Ages 4-10 $5, Kids Ages 3 & Under FREE!     Pèpe & Pants Sauce NOW AVAILABLE at Nature's Temptations! Pink Vodka / Marinara / Garlic-Basil / Tomato-Basil / Arrabbiata Sauce   25 oz. Reg

(well, voted by Diana) Carmel Bakery: The best brownie in the world? I had one prerogative for my trip to the Carmel area. Not to spot Arnold Schwarzenegger perusing the scene at the Concours d’Elegance car show nor to snag a cute car aficionado’s phone number for my depleted collection, but to get and eat a brownie from Carmel Bakery. A colleague and I stumbled upon the Carmel landmark that has been open since 1906, two years ago when we looking for a place to grab lunch in town. After gorging on pancakes and

Come join us for fist pumping, good food and wine for the Jersey Shore Season Finale on October 21st between 8 and 11pm. Our tears will unite into one salty hot-tub of love that Snooki and The Situation will soak with us in. Alright, guido and guidettes, remember, to avoid a cover charge arrive wearing your best Jersey Shore fashion! Thursday, Oct 21 @ 8pm-11pm (Show airs at 10pm) Vino Napoli (next door to Little Napoli Bistro Italiano) Dolores St & 7th Ave Carmel-by-the-Sea 831.626.2032

With visiting Chef Liza Shaw of A16 and Chef Arturo D. Moscoso of Pèppoli     Ciao Amici (hello friends), Our Under the Tuscan Moon dinner series continues at Pèppoli at Pebble Beach on October 8, 2010. Visiting chef Liza Shaw of the legendary A16 in San Francisco and Pèppoli chef Arturo Moscoso will each prepare two original dishes in the four-course prix fix dinner for you to choose from. As most of you know, Pèppoli at Pebble Beach is our Tuscan themed restaurant that was inspired by the Antinori family's Pèppoli Vineyard in Tuscany. The restaurant features world-class Antinori wines paired with

When Marchese Peiro Antinori—on a trip to Carmel three years ago from his vineyards in Tuscany to attend the Maters of Food and Wine at Highlands Inn—expressed a desire to dine with his best California Customer, his wine distributor told him, “Then you’ll want to have dinner with Richard Pèpe of Carmel-by-the-Sea." It turned out to be an historic meeting between the renowned Italian vintner and the Carmel restaurateur. Since that time, Pepe—owner of Little Napoli—has flown back and froth across the Atlantic, hatching culinary plots with Italy’s most famous winemaker whose family vineyard holdings date back to 1385. What began as

What higher compliment can Italy’s greatest vintner pay to the sun and soil of California’s vineyards than to purchaser and plant 600 acres to Cabernet Sauvignon high above the Napa Valley and to vinify the grapes for his Atlas peak label under the name of “Consenso”? The Italian winemaster, Marquese Piero Antinori—who is referred to in Hugh Johnson’s “Encyclopedia of Wine” as “the voice of Italy in world wine circles”—told The Pine Cone this week, “I’m in love with that property!” Comparing his Napa Valley vineyard to similar vineyards he owns in Tuscany, the marquese said the Atlas peak property is hilly

Many months ago, I received an email from my father asking if I knew some guy named Rich Pepe. “Sure, I’ve met him,” I said. “Mr. Italy, right? I believe we were both judges for the Monterey County wine Challenge.” Turns out, my father went to the same high school as Pepe in Cliffside Park, New Jersey, and a mutual friend of theirs (Nick Giarra, Class of 65) had just returned from a trip to Carmel to visit Mr. Italy himself. Of course, I’ve yet to cross paths with Pepe since this miraculous discovery, but the man has inadvertently won