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National Wine DayMay 25

National Wine DayMay 25

It’s National Wine Day! No one should be whining about this occasion. Why not grab a bottle of your favorite vino and join us for dinner. If you can’t make it tonight, we encourage you to celebrate National Wine Day anytime that you visit Toscano!

Weekend Specials


Pears DiCianni
grilled pears topped with prosciutto and Prima Donna cheese


Rack of Lamb
roasted in a rosemary and red wine sauce

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Chicken Kelsey
chicken with mozzarella, drizzled with a lemon butter sauce

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Soft Shell Crabs
fresh and delicious, these seasonal favorites are only available for a short time


Fragola Ricoperte di Cioccolato
as you may have guessed….strawberries dipped in dark chocolate

For those baseball fans who need something to celebrate when considering an evening out, John has been doing his homework and has come up with these occasions – all of which occurred on May 25th. A big day in the world of baseball diamonds!

1935 – Babe Ruth hit homerun #714.

1940 – Stan Musial, aka Stan the Man, who played for 22 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals married his high school sweetheart, Lillian Labash. They were married for 70 years.

1941 – Ted Williams’s batting average went over .400 for the first time. He is the last MLB player to achieve that average.

1951 – Willie Mays, the Say Hey Kid, made his major league debut with the NY Giants.

1981 – Yaz (Carl Yastrzemski) of the Boston Red Sox hit his 3000th career hit.

1984 – The Boston Red Sox traded pitcher Dennis Eckersley to the Chicago Cubs for first baseman Bill Buckner, sadly remembered by Sox fans for the 1986 World Series game 6 when a routine ground ball passed between his legs.