Graziano’s Food is Back in Lisbon
Do you miss Graziano's Casa Mia in Lisbon? If you crave that delicious food...you can have it again!
According to the Sun Journal, Mary Graziano Richard opened Grazi to Go earlier this month. It's been six years since Graziano's closed, and she misses it.
Well, she misses the people, the busy days and the food - she does NOT miss working nights and weekend and 10-15 hour days. That's why she is doing Grazi to Go! Its close to where her dad had the restaurant, just a couple of blocks away. And it's not traditional, it's take out. But you can still get some of the favorites.
According to the Sun Journal
Grazi to Go is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. It’s best to call ahead, as same-day orders will depend on what she has in stock. The menu may develop more over time, but Richard is happy to be bringing the flavor of Graziano’s back to the community.
It's comfort food galore, Graziano style: lasagnas, chicken parm, meatballs, sauces and dressings are there to start things. But Mary is hoping to expand the menu as she gets going.
Mary used the main event doors and the main event sign from the restaurant. The logo has boxing gloves as a salute to the uncle of Mary's dad, Tony, who was a trainer and a restaurateur in upstate New York.
So far so good...people really seem to be grateful that Graziano's is back...even if you have to eat it at home. Feel like some comfort food?