Enjoy dinner with three guests at Tiro A Segno in the West Village, in NYC!
You and your guests will gather at the exceedingly exclusive club, Tiro a Segno, the oldest private Italian-American club in the country for an authentic Italian meal. After a magnificent dining experience head down to the basement to shoot guns in their sound proof rifle range.
It appears that the famous Giuseppe Garibaldi played such an active role in Tiro a Segno in Italy, that during his stay in the United States he may have been the inspiration for (or actually participated) in the formation of the original Tiro a Segno Nazaionale Italiano here in New York. And thus it was that the Tiro a Segno we now know and love was born on that August evening in 1888. This private Italian-American social club, which occupies three brownstones on MacDougal Street, has something you won't find at any other restaurant in New York City: an active, wood-paneled shooting range in the basement. Upstairs, there's a bar and several dining rooms serving a wide array of traditional Italian American food. Tiro A Segno (which means "shoot the target") is strictly members-only.
Donated By: John F. Amorosa