The Star Spangled Platter
O say can you see…any better excuse for a feast than the 4th of July?
No, neither can we. So head down to Graziano’s as we salute the flag of food and serve up an all American portion of the world’s tastiest treats. Whether you’re planning a banquet, a picnic or an entire party, we’ve got everything you need to make sure this month goes off with a bang. With or without the fireworks. Reserve a table!
An All-American Steak-Out
The 4th July BBQ. It’s as traditional as, well – The 4th July. So make sure the meat you grill is as celebrated and time-honored as the day itself. Our steaks aren’t just the best cuts of meat in Miami they’re among the best in the world. Famed for their flavor, cooking anything less would have Thomas Jefferson spinning in his grave.
But it isn’t just our steaks that are famous. Next month we’re taking part in Miami Spice – a showcase of the city’s very best cuisine. We’re working on our three course special menus as we speak. From Aug. 1st – Sept. 30th you can enjoy Graziano’s signature lunch for just $23 and dinner $39. You should really book now. It’s going to be historic.
What could be better for summer: refreshing, delicious, easy to drink, the girls love it and it comes with bubbles!
Presenting our Summer of Rosé:
In a very cheerful way, it spans the color space between red and white wines. The color of a rosé wine depends on the time the skin of the red grape is in contact with the juice during the maceration process and can, therefore, be completely controlled by the winemaker. Darker grapes like Syrah or Malbec will also produce a darker rosé faster than a Granache/Garnacha or a Pinot Noir.
Flavors that are often found in rosé wines are strawberry, melon, rose petal, lemon, rhubarb and fennel or even celery. If you fancy more texture, try a sparkling rosé. It is often made by blending white wine with a small percentage of red and in the case of the Champagne, this could be Chardonnay with a touch of Pinot Noir…mmm!