We are, at this point, 'regulars' at Grasso's. Though I've been coming since the '90's, we find ourselves coming more and more frequently lately.
There is some real musical talent passing through these days. Pianist Wayne Sabella plays a fine musical line in the mainstream idiom. Back in the day, I played with Wayne in the short-lived "Cafe Americain" in Port Jefferson. He was excellent then and is even better now. Don't miss him, though I am personally insulted that he did not remember me when I saw his recently. Musicians, go figure... :-).
The food is always reliable here, and it is always sound fare at reasonable prices. Truth be told, the cuisine lacks inspiration and confidence, but it is always fresh and never less than good to very good.
We were here just last Saturday, and before that, on Valentine's Day. I really want to get to the Sunday brunch---sounds fine and I doubt I'll be disappointed.
We should all be grateful that Grasso's is here; happily, they want to be here for a long time. They deserve our patronage for their efforts. Kudos.
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