For those of you who aren't writing off Euro 2012 soccer just because you don't get to see David Beckham bendin' it around, there is plenty of time left to enjoy the game.
Granduca di Sicilia is offering some great specials for the remaining games. Watch on their giant wall-size screen and take your choice of ciabatte (Italian sandwich) and a Moretti Blonde beer or soft drink for just $12.
Turn it up a notch and for $13 you can get a 14-inch Margherita pie and a Moretti. All of the bread at Granduca comes straight from their wood-burning oven and their sandwiches include fillings such as mozzarella, spicy Italian sausage, broccoli, and potato.
Don't let Euro 2012 pass you by without taking advantage of its deals!
Granduca di Sicilia, Sicilian-style Italian eatery, opened up to the masses last week and aims to bring authentic Sicilian eats to New Yorkers. Restauranteur Ettore Manuli operates a similar restaurant in Taormina, Italy. You can expect to find imported goods from the region in his new resto - from ingredients to art to fountains. Objects of Sicilian folklore are strewn throughout the eatery, including a horse-drawn cart, hand carved puppets, and a life-size boat, all on display.