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Italian restaurant Grano opens in downtown Schenectady

New dining spot finds a home in the former Aperitivo Bistro, which closed in March
Grano held a ribbon-cutting earlier this week in downtown Schenectady.
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Grano held a ribbon-cutting earlier this week in downtown Schenectady.

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SCHENECTADY — Italian restaurant Grano officially opens its doors in downtown Schenectady today in the former home of Aperitivo Bistro, which closed suddenly in March.

The restaurant is owned by Armondo Cioccke and Danny Petrosino, who are also chef-owners of Osteria Danny in Saratoga Springs and Armondo’s Villa Tuscan Grill in Rotterdam.

Grano will specialize in handmade pasta with grilled meats and seafood, small plates and local cheeses, with an evolving menu with items changing every few weeks.

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Grano in downtown Schenectady.MARC SCHULTZ/GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER
Grano in downtown Schenectady.

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