Wienstein and Gavino’s is nestled in the heart of downtown, steps away from the city’s best hotels, department stores, boutiques and entertainment venues like the Bell Centre. It is quickly establishing itself as a landmark on the forever popular Crescent Street. It boasts 3 floors of bustling energy featuring an impressive open-area kitchen on the second floor, and a spacious perfectly pitched terrace on the second floor overlooking Crescent Street. Furthermore, there’s a sizable bar on the ground floor with a capacity to accommodate just enough guests to energize the place.
BandMark was cordially invited by Tracey Brooke PR to discover the launch of W&G revitalized menu of savoury healthy alternatives with an abundance of fresh Italian products and new gluten-free pastas to address today’s increasing dietary changes. The new head chef, Giuseppe Ricardo Sacchetti has combined those changes incorporating it with its classic menu favorites of hearty meatballs, delectable calamari, and its myriad of artisanal fresh homemade pastas that have become synonymous with the W&G name. Some of the latest additions included the sinfully mouth watering, five cheese, sausage and rapini pizzas and the variety of daily homemade pastas
Wienstein and Gavino’s is bursting with energy seven days a week and open from Sunday to Wednesday 11am to 11pm, Thursday to Saturday 11am-12am with small meals and snacks available until 11am. Moreover, the bar is open from Monday to Sunday 11am-3am.
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