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Arranged by Ferraro himself, the restaurant’s list received its first Award of Excellence in 2020, 

and the Best Award of Excellence in 2021, 2022, 2023 recognizing the strengths of its 700 label selection.

Largely centered on Italian picks, the 2,000 bottles in Ferraro’s Kitchen’s cellar cover a range of styles, including Whites from Campania, Friuli and Ferraro’s native Veneto.

Red options cover top wineries and regions throughout Italy,

with additional picks from noted vintners in France and California.

Not only do the Italian Reds include several Barolo and Brunello Verticals, but the list also offers an impressive Vertical of Merlot Super Tuscan Masseto

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Corkage Fee Rule:

Guests are welcome to bring wines that are not represented on our Wine List.

However there will be a fee of $ 40 for the first bottle (750 ml) and $ 60 for the second bottle (750 ml).

For a Magnum $ 60 for the first bottle and $ 80 for the second bottle.

Prices are subject to change.

Right to Refuse Service:

At Ferraro's Kitchen we have the right to refuse service to a person who is under the legal drinking age or if a patron becomes over - intoxicated and presents a danger to the public for themselves;

if a guest is being rowdy or causing a public disturbance.

Due to the nature of our business, We do not allowed any liquor and open container

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