Vincenzo Granata

Miller, Valerie
March 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);3/23/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 12, pP8
The article profiles Vincenzo Granata, general manager of Panevino Ristorante and Gourmet Deli in Las Vegas, Nevada. He grew up in Italy, where he used to watch his mother cook and see how her cooking would make people happy. His adventure in the restaurant business started following a chat with the Maccioni family, owners of the Osteria Del Circo restaurant. Granata says he is still striving to be the best after several years of working in the business.


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