Already known for its romantic ambience, Gracie’s is “sweetening the pot” to make Valentine’s Day an extra special occasion for guests.
While Executive Chef Matthew Varga prepares culinary delights from the restaurant’s new winter menu, Wine & Spirits Director Jason Wessel will tempt guests at the opening of the meal with “Mon Cheri,” a winter-flavored sparkler with a medley of citrus and berry tastes concocted especially for Valentine’s Day.
And to cap off the evening in a memorable way, Pastry Chef Melissa Denmark used Cupid as her inspiration to create the most delectable of desserts. Gracie’s Valentine’s Day “Dessert for Two” will feature Chocolate Cake Doughnuts made from hazelnut nougatine, blood orange ganache and cardamom, and topped with spiked whipped cream. To compliment the dessert, Wessel crafted a sweet and smooth “Berries & Spice” cocktail.
Additionally – on Valentine’s Day only – Gracie’s will offer complimentary “For the Love of it” photos taken in front of a romantically themed backdrop to capture the special evening.
Given the popularity of dining out on Valentine’s Day, Gracie’s encourages guests to make reservations for the special occasion as soon as possible.
Established in 1998, Gracie’s in downtown Providence, R.I., provides guests with a culinary experience that is anything but expected. The 70-seat restaurant, located at 194 Washington Street just steps from Trinity Repertory Theater, entices guests with seasonally inspired American cuisine that is fresh and inventive. In addition to the main dining room, Gracie’s also offers a private wine cellar for up to eight guests and a private dining room that can accommodate up to 70 people. In addition to award-winning food, guests can enjoy five-star cocktails and a wine list of more than 200 wines. Gracie’s can also cater a wide and unlimited range of events through Grace, Events by Gracie’s. To learn more about Gracie’s, visit www.graciesprov.com or call 401.272.7811. You can also follow Gracie’s on Facebook at http://bit.ly/GraciesProv.