An evening of dinner and dancing that celebrates Ol' Blue Eyes with Sinatra expert Gil Gigliotti. Gil has published 3 Sinatra-related books, has taught several classes on Sinatra at Central Connecticut State University, has lectured frequently about Frank, and has hosted a weekly Sinatra radio show, "Frank, Gil, and Friends " on WFCS 107.7 FM New Britain since December, 1993.
$39.99 Per Person plus tax & gratutity
Includes 3 Course Dinner and show
Limited seating - Reserve your seats!!
served with our house Parmesan garlic bread House organic garden greens topped with our Edamame
Entrees: Choose one
Glazed Asian Salmon: Garlic, Sesame seeds with our house glaze and topped with grilled pineappple
Lobster Ravioli: with a sherry lobster cream sauce, basil aioli and fresh grated parmesan cheese served with vegetables
Rigatoni Bolognese: Ground Veal and pork give this sauce its magic! A house favorite with fresh grated Parmesan
French Onion Chicken: Boneless breasts topped with caramelized onion, melted cheddar and drizzled with apple cider reduction.
Jumbo Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms: Tomato , goat cheese, basil aioli and topped with fresh grated Parmesan (vegetarian)
Grilled 12oz Choice Rib eye steak: (add $10.00 pp) with carmamelized onion, drizzled with balsamic reduction, served with horseradish sauce
Desserts: Choose one
Cannoli : Chocolate covered shells filled with fresh filling
Chocolate Tart: Sinfully rich chocoate topped with fresh whipped cream and raspberry reduction
Mini Cream Puffs: topped with hot fudge and fresh whipped cream
Grilled Apple Strudel: a touch of caramel sauce and topped with fresh whipped cream
The Central Connecticut State University Bookstore is having a MAJOR clearance sale on my 2002 A Storied Singer: Frank Sinatra as Literary Conceit for $34.95 (including shipping in the continental US) -- only a third of what it's priced at on Amazon.com.
I know you Sinatra completists out there have been waiting for this!
Just contact the store manager, Eileen Leib, at email@example.com
is a professor of English at Central Connecticut State University and the host of "Frank, Gil, and Friends" on Tuesday mornings on WFCS 107.7 FM New Britain/Hartford and www.wfcsradio1077.com. Raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, he earned his H.A.B. and M.A. degrees at Xavier University and his Ph.D. from The Catholic University of America. His books on Ava Gardner and Frank Sinatra belie his academic interests in American Puritans (like Cotton Mather and Edward Taylor) and the late 18th-century writers The Connecticut Wits. He has been married for 25+ years, has two daughters.