Dinner Menu

Tasty meals make time spent together all more enjoyable. We take great pride in providing delicious and mouth-watering dishes. Here at Gianni’s, your last bite is as good as your first.

  • $12.59/$17.89

    Eggplant “rollatini”

    • Without Spaghetti - $12.59
    • With Spaghetti - $17.89

    Thin cut eggplant gently sauteed and stuffed with ricotta over marinara

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    Mussels Marinara

    Fresh mussels, fresh herbs, white wine sauce and a touch of marinara

  • $13.69

    Norwegian Salmon Carpaccio

    Cold smoked salmon, shaved parmesan cheese, capers, and lemon vinaigrette

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    Fresh mozzarella di bufala, vine ripened tomatoes, fresh basil and balsamic vinaigrette

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    Chef Gianni toasted bread covered with marinated tomatoes and fresh basil

  • $8.39

    Artisan Salad

    Wedge salad, blue cheese, crispy prosciutto, shaved parmesan and cherry tomatoes

  • $9.49

    Salsiccia Cacciatore

    Homemade Italian sausage , roasted peppers and marinara sauce

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    Ceasar Salad

    Traditional Caesar with homemade dressing

  • $13.99

    Antipasto Misto

    Cold cuts, roasted peppers, mushroom mozzarella tomatoes

  • Prosciutto e Melone Prosciutto e Melone

    Prosciutto e Melone

    Thin cut prosciutto di parma wrapped around Cantaloupe melon, drizzled lemon oil

  • Sauteed Spinach Sauteed Spinach

    Sautéed Spinach Salad

    Cranberries, walnuts and aromatic bread crumbs over sauteed spinach

  • $5.29/$6.29

    Tomatoes Basil Soup

    • Cup - $5.29
    • Bowl - $6.29

    Tomato bisque, fresh basil, and cream

  • $5.29/$6.29

    Pasta e Fagioli

    • Cup - $5.29
    • Bowl - $6.29

    Traditional Bean Soup and Pasta

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    Penne Vodka

    Creamy pink Vodka sauce with parmesan over penne pasta

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    Rigatoni Puttanesca

    Garlic, anchovies, touch of hot peppers in a Pomodoro sauce

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    Penne Shrimp Bianco

    Fresh herbs sauteed with shrimp, capers and lobster broth in a cream sauce

  • $18.89

    Linguine Carbonara

    Prosciutto sauteed in olive oil and sage tossed with eggs and parmesan cheese

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    Rigatoni Amatriciana

    Thick, rich, and savory tomato sauce served over rigatoni pasta.

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    Sacchettini Pasta Signature dish!

    Gianni’s signature dish! Purse shaped pasta stuffed with 4 Italian cheese, fresh pear in a shrimp and wine sauce

  • $17.89

    Linguine fra-Diavola

    Mussels and linguine tossed in a spicy marinara sauce

  • $18.89

    Ravioli alle Verdure

    Ravioli stuffed with oven roasted vegetables in a sauce of cherry tomatoes and fresh basil

  • $18.89

    Linguini Vongole

    Fresh little neck clams with garlic, extra virgin olive oil in a white wine sauce

  • $14.69

    Spaghetti al Pomodoro

    Simple, light and delicious San Marzano tomatoes and basil sauce

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    Rigatoni Bolognese

    Homemade traditional meat sauce tossed with rigatoni al dente

  • $19.99

    Veal Marsala

    Veal top round scaloppine in a marsala reduction and champignon mushrooms

  • $19.99

    Chicken Cacciatore

    Breast of chicken, oven roasted peppers, mild sausage in a seasoned tomatoes sauce

  • $18.89

    Chicken Prosciutto Spinaci

    Breast of chicken, saute prosciutto, sage herbs and touch of cream

  • $20.99

    White Frutti di Mare

    Mussels, shrimp, clams in a light seafood broth topped with smoked Salmon

  • $20.99

    Veal Capricciose

    Veal scaloppine with Italian mild sauce, melted mozzarella in a marinara ragu’

  • $28.39

    Pork Ossobuco

    A large portion of pork shank braised to perfection “no knife needed” served over rice

  • $30.49

    Anitra al Chianti

    1/2 duck boned in, oven roasted, sweet onions and Chianti reduction served with rice

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    Cobia Piccata

    Fillet of cobia in a lemon capers piccata style sauce


Complete your dining experience with a well-deserved treat.

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    Cannoli shell filled with a sweet ricotta filling

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    Chocolate Cake

    Fudgy chocolate cake filled and frosted with our house chocolate buttercream.

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    A rich treat blending the bold flavors of cocoa and espresso with savory mascarpone cheese and wine, layered with ladyfinger biscuits.


Here at Gianni’s we focus on AUTHENTICITY and QUALITY of our product.
Our wine list also reflects the same. Here you will find Organic wine, as well as biodynamic and sustainable selections. These terms vary in the way they’re defined and regulated, but I’ll do my best to sort out the way they’re most typically used.

  • $9 / 35


    Sicily, Italy
    apricot, peach, nectarine, balanced texture & acidity.

  • $18 / 90



    Napa Valley, California
    ripe peach, honeydew, lemon, vanilla, spice, cream texture, vanilla, slight butter, balanced acidity, freshness & structure, weight & depth.

  • $12 / 39


    Napa Valley, California
    balanced, ripe fig, apricot, melon, toasty oak, buttery, silky texture.

  • $9 / 35


    New Zealand 
    passionfruit, grapefruit, citrus, kiwi, medium finish.

  • $9 / 36


    Veneto, Italy 
    peach, floral, refreshing, medium finish.

  • $11 / 45


    Italy (187ml)
    fresh, lime, green apple, dry, minerality.

  • $10 / 39



    cassis, cigar box, chocolate, coffee bean, ripe & supple tannins, spice, French oak, black cherry & raspberry finish.

  • $10 / 39


    Mendoza, Argentina
    dark violet fruits, lavender, mocha, sweet spice, leather, well-integrated tannins, crisp acidity, exceptional length.

  • $10 / 42


    Tuscany, Italy · ORGANIC 
    Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Colorino, dark red fruit, tobacco, cracked black pepper,
    fresh, soft tannins, refreshing acidity, persistent finish.

  • $10 / 39


    apassimento method, chocolate, rich red and dark fruits, soft tannins and acidity.

  • $10 / 39


    strawberry, violets, tea, clove, cherries, sandalwood, medium bodied.

  • $30

    Clean Slate

    Riesling · Mosel, Germany

    Grapes from the Lower Mosel provide mineral notes, grapes from the Middle Mosel create a hint of spiciness and grapes from the Upper Mosel supply fresh, peach flavors. The result is a clean, fresh flavor and a perfectly balanced taste profile that is delicious with food and perfect to share with friends.

  • $45


    Chardonnay · Napa Valley, California

    This Napa Valley Chardonnay shows vibrant fruit, a subtle creamy texture and balanced acidity. 40% of the fruit is sourced from estate vineyards in Oak Knoll on the southwest side of Napa Valley, and 60% is sourced from leased vineyards superbly situated in the Yountville appellation.

  • $30

    Pike Road

    Pinot Gris · Willamette Valley, Oregon

    A fruit-forward and vibrant example of Willamette Valley Pinot Gris, made from 100% Willamette Valley
    fruit primarily grown on Pike Road estate vineyards, with some of the wine from smaller lots of longtime,
    trusted partners. This “multi-vineyard” approach results in a more complex, flavorful wine.

  • $33


    Bardolino Chiaretto Rosé · Veneto, Italy

    Red berry, baking spice and floral notes recalling violet waft out of the glass.
    Fresh acidity accompanies juicy red cherry, strawberry and white pepper notes.


  • $30

    Dr. Loosen

    Riesling · Mosel, Germany

    This wine is Ernst Loosen’s “ambassador” for the Mosel region and for the Riesling variety. It embodies the delicate and racy style that is characteristic of Riesling grown in the slate-soil vineyards of the Mosel valley. It is a bright, refreshing, fruit-driven wine, with a juicy mid-palate and a crisp finish.

  • $38


    Bianco d’Avola · Sicily, Italy

    Enimgatic, eccentric, and unexpected, Bianco di Morgante is a white wine vinified entirely from Nero d’Avola, Sicily’s most noble red grape. The grapes for this wine are pressed gently and matured in stainless steel tanks to retain their fresh aromas. Very elegant on the nose, with pleasant floral and fresh fruit aromas, especially pear and tropical fruits. On the palate, the wine reveals layers of concentrated fruit backed by racy acidity and a refreshing saline and mineral character.

  • $45


    Chardonnay · Mendoza, Argentina

    Catena Chardonnay combines the unique expressions of three high altitude vineyard sites. The extraordinary combination of these vineyards offer honey and tropical fruit flavors while lending notes of citrus, pears, peaches, and white flowers with a strong minerality and a delicated note of vanilla. The mouthfeel is clean, with a fresh, clean acidity.

  • $30

    Villa Maria

    Sauvignon Blanc · New Zealand

    Sourced from vineyards across the Marlborough region, this intense Sauvignon Blanc is alive with a myriad of flavors dominated by gooseberry, passionfruit, fresh citrus and herbaceous aromas.

  • $27


    Organic Viognier · South Australia

    Organic! — Complex and funky. Honeysuckle, lemon rind, apricot and peach aromas with hints of cashew and fresh pineapple. Rich, textured, luscious. Layers of spice and citrus persist through the fresh finish.

  • $42


    Albariño · Rías Baixas, Spain

    Lícia is a short for Galicia, the region in northwest Spain known for its Celtic influence and overall greenness due to the maritime climate. This estate wine is a refreshing and flavorful white that is made from 100% Albariño. Aromas of grapefruit, quince jelly, fresh herbs, green apples, and minerals. Full bodied and well balanced, with a long and persistent finish.

  • $39


    Chardonnay (No Oak) · Alto Adige, Italy

    This cool-climate wine is made from 100% Chardonnay, vinified in stainless steel. Its delicate style shows Chardonnay’s finer side and is a great expression of Alto Adige. Fresh aromas of citrus, melons and tropical fruits. On the palate, bright yellow fruit flavors with mineral notes and a refreshing acidity.

  • $36


    Pinot Grigio · Veneto, Italy

    This wine is delicately scented and soft on the palate. It offers classic citrus and floral notes in a balanced elegant style. Aromas of Key limes and white peaches complement undertones of green apples. Smooth and refreshing with a long, pleasant finish.

  • $33


    Vermentino Bianco · Sardegna, Italy

    Founded in 1938, Argiolas is the foremost wine estate on the island of Sardinia producing archetypal wines from native varietals. Costamolino, named for the area, is made from Vermentino, an aromatic white grape variety that thrives in the Mediterranean climate of Sardinia.

  • $120


    Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG · Veneto

    Zenato Amarone is a blend of Corvina and Rondinella, with a touch of Croatina and Oseleta. Corvina lends marasca cherry flavor. Rondinella contributes dark color and an alluring floral note. Oseleta provides tannic structure and minerality; while Croatina is introduced to add youthful fruitiness. The wine is immediately approachable yet unmistakably ageworthy. Aromas of dried black cherries, cassis, truffles, and chocolate fudge leap out of the glass. Silky, luscious, and complex, with a lingering finish.

  • $138


    Brunello di Montalcino DOCG · Tuscany

    Brunello is considered among Italy’s top-quality wines. Made from 100% Sangiovese Grosso grapes hand-harvested from the Altesino, Castelnuovo dell’Abate, Macina, and Pianezzine vineyards, this wine is an example of finesse and elegance inherent to Montalcino’s best vineyard sites. This wine’s bouquet displays ample aromas of violet, wild berries, tobacco, chocolate, and vanilla. On the palate, Altesino Brunello is rich, full-bodied, and velvety.

  • $81

    G.D. Vajra

    “ALBE” Barolo DOCG · Piemonte

    Barolo Albe has a bright, expressive nose. Red currant, cherries, macerated strawberries and mint are interlaced with floral tones and hints of rosehip, rhubarb, red fig, hawthorn, lavender and licorice. The palate is generous, layered and youthful, with ripe tannins and a classic finish on tones of marasca cherry.

  • $90

    Castello Di Nieve

    Barbaresco DOCG · Piemonte

    The grapes for this wine come from some of the most-respected vineyards in the Barbaresco DOCG (Gallina, Messoirano, Valtorta, and a part of Santo Stefano). It is made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes grown on vines that average 30 years of age. aromas of red fruits and cassis are complemented by delicate hints of licorice, smoke, and caramel. The tannins in this wine are central to the mouth feel.

  • $35


    Valpolicella Superiore · Veneto

    This Valpolicella Superiore is a soft, supple example of this classic wine. Made predominately from Corvina, this wine displays the ripe black cherry flavors for which the grape is known. Ruby red in color, this Valpolicella Superiore offers fleshy aromas of wild berries, black currants, black cherries, and spices, with hints of chocolate. On the palate, the wine is dry and robust with velvety texture.

  • $39

    Gran Passione

    Rosso Merlot IGT · Veneto

    This wine is crafted in the tradition of “Apassimento,” the same style as Amarone wines of the region. This technique has its roots in an ancient past dating back to the Roman era. Gran Passione is full-bodied with a solid structure due to the elevated alcohol and fine balance between soft tannins and acidity from rich red and black fruits. A great wine with roasted and grilled meats.

  • $49

    Tua Rita

    Rosso dei Notri · “SUPER TUSCAN” · Tuscany

    This youthful offering from Tua Rita is 50% Sangiovese and 50% blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah from vineyards in the foothills of Suvereto, a small hilltop village in Tuscany. The wine is aged for three months in French oak barriques and stainless steel tanks. Aromas of blackberries, plums and ripe black cherries, with subtle notes of cocoa, licorice and sweet spice. On the palate, the wine is smooth, with silky tannins and bracing acidity, showing structural balance long into the finish.

  • $38

    Valle Reale

    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo · Abruzzo

    The organic Montepulciano grapes that produce this wine are sourced from two separate vineyards: Popoli and Capestrano. Capestrano’s soaring summer temperatures and silty soils yield richness and structure. The rocky and exposed terrain of Popoli bestows fragrance and freshness. This youthful red offers aromas of blueberries, cherries, licorice, and sweet spices. Medium-bodied with plentiful acidity.

  • $39

    Pico Maccario

    “Lavignone” Barbera d’Asti · Piemonte

    Pico Maccario is a Barbera specialist located in the town of Mombaruzzo in the heart of Piedmont’s Barbera d’Asti DOCG. This wine is bright and aromatic wine with aromas and flavors of red cherries, violets and wild herbs. Soft tannins and a moderate level of alcohol and medium weight.

  • $48

    Castello Di Bossi

    Chianti Classico DOCG · Tuscany

    Biodynamic — Deep, ruby-red in color, this Chianti Classico offers aromas of ripe cherries and red plums, with subtle notes of toasted vanilla beans and purple flowers. On the palate, the wine displays a superbly structured character with bright acidity and a pleasantly savory finish.

  • $42


    “Organic” Chianti DOCG · Tuscany

    Made with organic grapes — This Chianti is bright ruby red, offering inviting aromas of black cherries, blueberries and elderberries, with undertones of tobacco and cracked black pepper. On the palate, this Chianti is fresh and easygoing, with soft tannins, refreshing acidity and a persistent finish.

  • $29

    Di Majo Norante

    Sangiovese Terre Degli Osci IGT · Molise

    Biodynamic — Bright red in color, aromas of violets and red berries complement undertones of leather and anise. On the palate, this wine is dry and mellow with smooth tannins.

  • $42


    Pinot Noir · Alto Adige

    Ruby-red in color, this wine offers concentrated aromas of woodland berry fruits. On the palate, the wine boasts a firm backbone of tannin and an elegant body with impressive length.

  • $59

    Oakville Winery

    Zinfandel · Napa Valley, California

    On the nose: black pepper, cedar, dill and anise. The palate confirms the aromas with underlying dark berries. Medium-bodied, smooth, with supple tannins. Mouthwatering finish of spice and dark fruit.

  • $115


    Cabernet Sauvignon · Napa Valley, California

    Notes of dusted blackberries, plum, and cherry lead to a back-drift of toast and fleeting tobacco. Supple creamy tannins widen the dark fruit mid-palate, lending to a lifted and layered finish.

  • $75


    Cabernet Sauvignon · Napa Valley, California

    Sourced from diverse sites situated across the valley. Cooler sites deliver brightness and grip and warmer sites deliver generous fruit, intensity and color. Nuanced and balanced, it is classic and delicious.

  • $39


    “Vista Flores” Malbec · Mendoza, Argentina

    The Catena Malbec Appellation Vista Flores shows a dark violet color with black reflections. The nose offers ripe, concentrated dark and red fruit aromas with delicate floral notes of lavender and violet, and mocha. The mouthfeel is rich and full with notes of sweet spice and a touch of leather. The finish presents soft, well-integrated tannins with bright, crisp acidity that gives the wine exceptional length.

  • $48


    Merlot · Napa Valley, California

    Estate vineyards provide the backbone to this Napa Valley Merlot. Black raspberry and plum fruit are up front. Concentrated cherry jam fruit provides silky texture balancing the toasty, vanilla shortbread character. Some Cab adds tannin, Petite Sirah for a jammy mid-palate, and Syrah for spice.

  • $42

    Ancient Peaks

    Zinfandel · Paso Robles, California

    This Zin makes an immediate statement with bright, jammy aromas of raspberry, cinnamon spice and vanilla cream. Flavors of red cherry, raspberry and blackberry unfold across a weighted mouthfeel, with hints of coffee and black pepper. Smooth, juicy acidity brings impressive balance to an elegant finish.

  • $45


    Cabernet Sauvignon · Mendoza, Argentina

    Catena Cabernet Sauvignon offers intense aromas of ripe raspberries and cassis with notes of pepper, clove, and a touch of cedar. On the palate, it is full-bodied and rich and displays layers of black currant and black raspberry with notes of cedar and oregano. Silky tannins provide structure and a long finish.

  • $42


    Pinot Noir · Willamette Valley, Oregon

    Cloudline Pinot Noir displays aromatics of summery red cherry and red plum, while light warm spice characters leap from the glass. The palate is fresh and fruit-driven to the core.

  • $159


    “Signature” Cabernet Sauvignon · Napa Valley, California

    The Signature Cabernet Sauvignon is the flagship wine of Chappellet. It is a benchmark for the long-lived hillside wines of the Napa Valley; full of structure and aging potential, yet seductively forward in its concentrated varietal character.

  • $130


    Cabernet Sauvignon · Napa Valley, California

    Aromas of black cherry, cassis, piecrust, spice, and mint mingle and leap from the glass. The palate is full and concentrated with black currant and sweet red cherry with the mild presence of oak, seamlessly integrated. Finely structured tannins and balanced acidity give way to a long finish.

  • $135

    Crossbarn by Paul Hobbs

    Cabernet Sauvignon · Napa Valley, California

    Aromas of black cherry, black peppercorn, and toasted sage. Rich, dark fruits are densely layered on the palate, balanced by a graphite backbone and beautifully integrated tannins leading to a persistent finish.

  • $75

    Crossbarn by Paul Hobbs

    Pinot Noir · Sonoma Coast, California

    Aromas of pomegranate, black cherry, and bay leaf with a touch of violet. On the palate, juicy notes of fresh raspberry compote mingle with tart cranberry and a touch of forest floor, with a hint of salinity that speaks to its coastal origins complementing a lifting acidity and refreshing finish.

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