Monthly Wine Dinner
Each month Johnny Carino’s hosts a specialty, 4-course Wine Dinner. Our culinary staff creates a unique menu each month, featuring 4-courses not normally featured on our table menu. Each course is then paired with a complementary wine.
Whether you are already a wine lover, just starting out, or looking to try something new, this is a great night out for all involved!
This month’s menu is featured here. Reservations are required to this special event, so call today and reserve your spot before it fills up!
Johnny Carino's Allen Park
Each week, in an attempt to bring you something new and fresh, our culinary staffs create a feature menu. This menu is made up of food and beverages not normally featured on our table menu, and ranges from new, trendy dishes to classic-Italian favorites no longer on our menu.
These are our specials this week; stop in and try something new!
At Johnny Carino’s of Michigan, we don’t believe in happy hour! Rather than limiting our specials to a certain time or location within the restaurant, we are proud to offer our all-inclusive Daily Specials all day, every day and anywhere in the restaurant!
Whether you want $5 off family platters on Family Night Monday, an extra punch on your lunch card for Double Punch Tuesday, a half-price bottle of wine on Wine Down Wednesday, or one of our daily specials on food and drink, there is something for everyone!
General Manager, Brian Hill
Brian began working in restaurants when he was 19 years old, while attending Western Michigan University, and quickly moved up the ranks to manager — beginning his love for the restaurant industry. Following college, he worked for a few years financing mortgages, but the restaurant industry was always in the back of his mind. He decided to fulfill his passion and left to become an executive chef and general manager. That path brought him to Johnny Carino’s 13 years ago and he has been with us ever since!
Although it wasn’t until after college that Brian decided to follow his passion for food, his love of cooking started very early, from watching his Hungarian-Polish mother cook at home. Whether he was helping stuff sausage or make kifles or kalach from scratch, there was always food being made. Those traditions have carried on over the years, and he continues to stuff sausage every Christmas, now able to teach his own children as he cooks.
When not spending his time at work or cooking, he enjoys spending time with his family near their home in Ann Arbor, he also coaches his son’s baseball team, the Dexter Twisters!