Sinatra Sounds at Amore Restaurant

Professional New York singer Andy Marsano will be at Amore Portuguese & Italian restaurant on Thursday, November 9 from 6pm – 9pm for a special evening of singing the best hits of Frank Sinatra. Marsano has been singing since his adolescence and loves the sounds of the “crooners.” He has a great following, and often patrons ask to sing along to the songs that make them smile and reminisce of their early days.

The menu at Amore Restaurant features a blend of popular Portuguese and Italian dishes include antipasto, Salmon Piccata, Lamb Shank, Grouper & Shrimp Oreganata, Pappardelle Bolognese and classic Portuguese dishes such as Cataplana, Salted Cod, Shrimp Mozambique and much more.

Lianna and Tito of Amore Restaurant. Amore is the only Italian-Portuguese restaurant in Sarasota County.

Andy Marsano will sing “all songs Frank Sinatra” on November 9 at Amore’s.

Reservations are needed. Call Amore at 941-383-1111

180 N. Lime Ave, Sarasota

Andrea Martone

Andrea Martone is a former Arts & Entertainment Editor for the Sarasota Observer Newspaper Group, as well as a former Editor-in-Chief of a Long Island (New York) newspaper chain. She moved to Sarasota 14 years ago after working as an executive in NYC in public relations and marketing. She currently is a Public relations & marketing consultant and President of Insightful PR. She lives and breathes all things art, culture, music food and wine and is proud to be the Executive Editor of Sarasota Events Calendar.

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