It’s October. Which can only mean Halloween is lurking right around the corner. So whether you’re a vampire, a werewolf, or that shape-shifting alien thing Kurt Russell dug out of the ice, we’ve got plenty to sink your fangs and/or tentacles into this month.
Tricks & Treats
We’re Closed Monday 10/29
For Our Annual Staff Picnic
If you didn’t already know, please note that all of our locations will be closed on October 29th. But don’t worry. It’s not some trickster Halloween mischief. It’s just the Graziano’s Way – or rather, our annual staff picnic.
As a thank you for all of their hard work throughout the year, we’re downing tools and taking the whole team out for some well-earned R&R. We’ll be back open as usual the following day, but you can still enjoy the rest of this month’s treats in the meantime.
Enjoy our famous empanadas for just $1.99 all day long. Or get a bucket of 5 beers for just $11.99. But remember: don’t feed them after midnight.
Our pizzeria restaurant Lucia is earning quite a reputation for its hair-raising deals. And if you have any room left after that, you can even pick up selected discounts on wine at our Thursday tasting sessions.
$10 for a pitcher of beer on Mondays
$10 for pasta on Tuesdays
$10 for pizza on Wednesdays
Wine of the Month
Humberto Canale ‘Intimo’ Malbec 2017
This wine has a lovely clean dark ruby red color with a violet to blue tint in the glass.
On the nose you can expect predominantly pepper and spices along with red berry fruit, some eucalyptus and savory red peppers, a very harmonious and clean mouthfeel with delicious and typical Malbec flavors. Tannins are soft and acid is low but present and the careful use of oak does not cover up any of the fruit flavors, rather adding balance to this medium bodied very refined wine.
The traditional Bodega Humberto Canale owns the old vineyards in Alto Valle del Rio Negro, Patagonia. The climate and the winery’s wine-making style contribute to a more ‘old world’ experience, making their wines the perfect choice for food pairing.
This Malbec could be slightly cooled down and is great with beefsteak or beef Milanesa, a parillada with sausage, short ribs and sweetbread, you get the picture. Think grilled red meat! But also good with duck, chicken and pasta dishes.