Macaluso’s takes classic Italian favorites and adds a unique modern twist for a dining experience that is sure to impress. Macaluso’s prides themselves on using fresh ingredients like choice cut meats, fresh-caught seafood, imported cheeses, and seasonal herbs to recreate the authentic flavors found in Italy. If you want to take a trip to learn about the rich history of Jim Thorpe, Macaluso’s is just minutes from the town and even has a cozy hotel next door.
Macaluso’s also has a covered patio to enjoy dinner, cocktails, and small plates.
Macaluso’s menu is full of traditional Italian dishes with elements of contemporary cuisine for a classic flavor with just a hint of creativity. Start off your evening with a stuffed Portobello, smoked trout, or even a charcuterie and cheese board with an abundant spread of imported meats and cheeses. French onion au gratin and cream of Portobello are served daily in addition to the soup du jour.
Try a spinach and smoked mozzarella salad with a mustard shallot vinaigrette or gorgonzola and walnuts over mesclun greens. For the main course, choose from fresh seafood, delicate pastas, tender veal and chicken, or prime cut beef and pork. Offerings include plump scallops with artichoke hearts, Macaluso style wild mushroom ravioli, saltimbocca with wafer-thin prosciutto slices and provolone, or a prime reserve pork filet cooked to order.
For a light plate, try and 8 oz. smash burger or a smoked brisket sandwich at the bar with classic cocktails.