Spring Is in the Ale: March 2020

By March 4, 2020News






Spring Break

The kids are off school, you’re taking a vacation day (or five)—it’s the perfect time to fire up the grill. Whether you’re barbecuing on the beach or in your backyard, stop by Graziano’s butcher shop. We’ve got delectable cuts to satisfy your meat tooth.



Pi Day

Don’t @ us: Pizza is *technically* pie, so come get some on 3/14 at Lucia Pizzeria. To exponentially increase your joy, we’ve got drink specials—select cocktails, wine, and beer priced at $3.14. See? Math is fun.



Speaking of Lucia

Everyone’s favorite little pizzeria is turning 2! We’re celebrating our birthday week with THREE specials just for you…

Tuesday March 24th 

Buy any pizza and we’ll give you an order of empanadas (your choice) on the house.

Wednesday March 25th

Sweets on the house. Snag a complimentary dessert with any entrée purchase (limit 2 per table).

Thursday March 26th

Cheers to 2 years! Buy one specialty pizza, get a margherita pizza for free.


Blonde Bombshell

Graziano’s is launching a new in-house blonde ale available on draft. Stay tuned for more details. It’s true what they say—blondes have more fun.




Eyes on the Prize

Graziano’s is launching a new in-house blonde ale available on draft. Stay tuned for more details. It’s true what they say—blondes have more fun.




Malbec 2019


Just the right Malbec for this time of the year in our city…

At first glance, this wine captivates you with its deep purple color dappled with blue highlights. Its aroma of floral violets and juicy fruitiness invoke the dewy days of springtime and practically beckon you to spend more time outdoors.

Sipping this Malbec is a journey first through mouth-filling intense red berry flavors, followed by cool blueberry notes. This lush wine is undoubtably fruit-forward with no hint of oak flavors. But as you continue sampling this Malbec, a pleasantly refreshing herbal and spicy bouquet emerges to pique your interest just before a delicious violet aroma concludes your journey — but leaving you wanting more.

Bitter tannins are present but soft and polished. This wine is grown-up for its young age, very food-friendly and a lot of fun to drink.

Produced with care by the Familia Falasco winery and with the traditional methods that make Argentinean Malbecs beloved around the world, Chacabuco Malbec is a perfect entry level Malbec at a great value.

It pairs well with almost everything coming from our kitchens, but the meat or cheese & onion empanadas come to mind. A grilled provoleta cheese, or the mixed parillada with grilled sausages, blood sausage, sweetbreads, beef flap meat and short ribs would also go well with a glass of this Malbec. Add a fresh house salad with red onions and and you have all the ingredients for the perfect spring evening. All you need is a good place to watch the sunset, good food, better company, and a bottle of Chacabuco Malbec.


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