Every June participation in The American Cancer Society Relay for Life raises awareness and much needed funds. This Sunday, March 30th the Care For Kids team is holding a Spaghetti Lunch Relay For Life Fundraiser here at the El Rancho Grande. Anyone can come so buy a ticket at ERG or Care for Kids for $10/per adult, $6/ per child and $30 for a family of four! Help support this very worth effort and buy your ticket today!
$5 Lunch Specials 11am to 2pm
Tuesday through Friday
Dine-in or Carry-out
Side of pasta, salad and bread
Bowl of Soup and a house salad
6” meatball, house or Italian sub
Cup of soup and a sandwich
choose from ham, ham & cheese, Salami, Salami & Provolone
(Not valid with other offers or coupons)
We would like to remind you all that not only is there street parking, there is parking behind the Merchant’s Block building (the site of the former Freedlander building) to the west of us. This parking lot can be reached from the alley behind the court house or from Walnut Street. There are a few handicapped spaces facing The Parlor and after 5pm on weekdays and Saturdays and Sundays all of the spaces are available for use. Our back door is conveniently close to the east drive of the parking lot so walking around to the front door is not necessary.
We are well stocked with Anise, Chocolate, Citrus (orange/lemon) and Vanilla Pizzelle at $4.50/dozen. We also have a limited supply of GLUTEN-FREE Anise and vanilla pizzelle at $8.00/dozen.
We offer some of the best gluten-free pasta you have ever tasted, imported from Italy and dressed with your choice of gluten- free sauces and can be served with our seafood dishes as well. We also offer polenta and frequently offer risotto as a menu special.
We also make gluten-free pizza. Call ahead (the day before) for a really fresh and tasty gluten-free pizza.
FYI we also stock a premium imported Italian whole wheat pasta in a few different varieties/shapes.
Festa Italiana presents…..
2014 is around the corner and that means Festa Italiana will be on the square in August. It also means another 16 day adventure to Italy in October. This coming year “Wooster’s Italian Adventure of Southern Italy” will be from October 7-22, 2014. Some of the highlights will be Palermo, Monreale, Cefalu, Agrigento and the Valley of Temples, Piazza Armerina, Taormina, Mt Etna, Pompeii, Capri, Amalfi, Rome, St. Peter’s Basilica and the Vatican Museum. There will also be plenty of free time to explore and satisfy your desire for adventure or need to visit a “family” home village!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Stop in and take a look at and pick up a copy of the full itinerary and details including all pricing and contact information. If you’ve always thought of visiting Italy, this is a great opportunity with a wonderful itinerary.
Take advantage of our carry out special every first and third week of the month. Until 8pm order any 11" or 13" size pizza with any toppings and get a second of equal or lesser value for FREE! (Not valid with other offers or coupons)
Dine-in or Carry-out every Tuesday and Wednesday any size pizza and get a 9" cheese pizza free! (Not valid with other offers or coupons)
If there is an engagement, reunion, family get-to-gether, wedding or birthday party in your future be sure to call and ask how El Rancho Grande can help make your special event less complicated. Whether you simply require a cookie tray or a four course buffet let us help you with your needs.
We are now providing some of your favorite area retailers with our handmade pizzelle in four different flavors, anise, citrus, chocolate and vanilla. Be sure to look for them or ask for them when you are out and about in the Wooster area.
Check us out on Facebook where we post all the latest news from El Rancho Grande and scumptious photos of our delicious dishes made just for you!
We are always glad to accommodate large events and private gatherings any day including Mondays. Give us a call to help you plan your next function.
In the year 1945, as World War II was winding down, John and Antonietta Grande purchased a restaurant from John’s employer, Mr. Crowley. The restaurant came with some land and a house.