Voted Best Italian restaurant

2013, 2014, 2015


Pinot Grigio/Sauvignon Blanc Blend, Italy   7 / 25

Muscato, Funf, Germany 9/29

Prosecco, Lunetta, Italy  8

Riesling, Chateau St. Michelle, WA  9/29

Pinot Grigio, Stellina De Notte, Italy  9 /29

Sauvignon Blanc, Friuli, Italy  9/29

 Chardonnay, Crème De Lys, CA  9.5 /32


Sangiovese/Merlot Blend, Italy  7/25

Pinot Noir, Montoya, CA  9.5/32

Roscata, Italia, Italy 9/29

Chianti, Gabbiano, Italy  10/34

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Gru, Italy  9/33

Merlot, Ca' Donini Della Venezie, Italy  9/30

Super Tuscan, Santa Christina, Italy  9/32

Cabernet Sauvignon, Hahn, CA  9.5/32

Nero d’Avola, Villa Pozzi, Sicily  10/36



Berry White - Riesling shaken with cranberry and orange juice served straight up

Peach Bellini- Prosecco with peach puree served in a champagne flute

Mimosa - Prosecco with orange juice served in a champagne flute

Red Sangria - Light, fruity, and refreshing



Draft - Peroni, Blue Moon, Bud Light, Yuengling

Bottle - Seasonal Specialty Varies Weekly

If you like wines, you've come to the right place.  Most restaurants serve their reds at room temperature (72 degrees) and their whites on ice (34 degrees).  Sure, it is easier to store the reds at the bar and the whites in the refriderator, but wines that are too hot or cold hide those wonderful flavors!  At Mirko's, our reds are stored at 65 degrees and our whites at 45 degrees, just as they were meant to be served.  It takes a little more effort, but it is so worth it!