Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Mankas Steakhouse's Banquet Offerings

 

Mankas Steakhouse is a historic site which has been beautifully restored for memorable events:

  • Weddings
  • Parties
  • Corporate Events
  • Non-Profit Organizations

Private Gardens:

  • 25 - 150 People


Off-Site Venues:

Vezer Estates - Surrounded by rolling hills, one of the most stunning views in the valley.
  • 25 - 200 People

Blue Victorian - Step back 100 years in this elegantly restored Victorian home and barn, now Winery with Spectacular Barrel Room and Outdoor Tented area.
  • 25 - 200 People


Sunday, September 27, 2015

What is Sweetness in Wine?



Check, Please! Bay Area host Leslie Sbrocco discusses what causes sweetness in wine and the difference between sweetness and fruitiness.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Monday, September 21, 2015

Live Entertainment at Mankas Steakhouse - Scott Pullman This Thursday!


Mankas Steakhouse Live Entertainment on Thursdays

September 24th - Scott Pullman

2522 Mankas Corner Road, Fairfield, CA 94535 

Friday, September 18, 2015

Mankas Steakhouse is a Diners' Choice Award Winner!


Mankas Steakhouse has been selected by Diners' Choice seasoned diners for the OpenTable Diners' Choice Awards this month. From cocktails to dessert, they were impressed!

To make your reservation at Mankas Steakhouse, click HERE

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

It's Ladies Night TONIGHT at Mankas Steakhouse!


Grab the girls and join Mankas Steakhouse every Tuesday for Ladies Night! Enjoy great food and drink specials along with LIVE music from the Beer Brothers!!
  
For more information please visit our website at http://mankassteakhouse.com/
  
See you there!

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Check, Please! Bay Area: Wine Tips - Navigating Wine Lists



Leslie Sbrocco, host of KQED's Check, Please! Bay Area shares her wine tips for Navigating Restaurant Wine Lists

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Live Entertainment at Mankas Steakhouse - Hollywood Jenkins Tomorrow Night


Mankas Steakhouse Live Entertainment on Thursdays

September 10th - Hollywood Jenkins

2522 Mankas Corner Road, Fairfield, CA 94535 

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Red Wine Has Many Health Benefits You Might Not Know About


Is red wine the fountain of youth or a powerful toxicant? Current research suggests that consuming the popular libation may be providing you with a little more than spells of bliss and tranquility.

For over two decades, research has suggested that moderate consumption of alcohol improves the cardiovascular system. Furthermore, some of these studies suggest that red wine, in particular, is most beneficial to your heart. It all started in 1992 when researchers at Harvard University concluded that moderate alcohol consumption stood as a "proven way to reduce coronary heart disease risk." The cardioprotective effect has been attributed to antioxidants, called flavonoids, found in the seeds and skin of grapes.

Does Wine Cure Cancer?

Nothing conclusive has been discovered, at least not yet. However, researchers at the University of California, at Davis tested the flavonoid concentration in a number of wines, concluding that Cabernet Sauvignon has the highest concentration, followed by Petit Syrah and Pinot Noir. Merlot, the wine drinker's most popular libation, came in a close fourth, but not by much.

A different study concluded that another antioxidant called resveratrol, also found in grape skin, could inhibit tumor growth in some cancers. Indications revealed that resveratrol could also regenerate dead nerve cells, which doctors believe could be helpful in the treatment of diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

Drink In Moderation

A four-ounce measurement constitutes a single serving. Studies show that men can experience health benefits by consuming two of these per day while women should stick to just one. The suggested measurement is based on many surveys taken over a two-decade span, designed to discover the maximum health benefits. That is not to say that you should start drinking red wine if you presently do not. In fact, drinking alcohol can be extremely dangerous for some individuals with certain health issues (e.g., liver cirrhosis, heart disease, pancreatitis, etc.).

Recommendations to consume alcohol are limited to individuals with a clean bill of health. It is clear that people with social and medical conditions degraded by alcohol should avoid drinking at all costs. In fact, those who suffer from a social or medical condition can only worsen their health when drinking, especially if you have congestive heart failure, hypertension, or suffer from depression.

What About Grape Juice and Non-Alcoholic Products?

Way back in 1997, researchers at the University of Wisconsin discovered that purple grape juice could reduce blood clotting. Another study added that non-alcoholic red wine has the same molecular profile as its alcoholic counterpart.

The debate continues whether moderate drinking of red wine, lifestyle choices or the way alcohol is consumed contributes most to these scientific studies. However, the evidence seems clear that healthy people who drink moderately and regularly (stressing moderation) enjoy many health benefits not found elsewhere.

Here's to your health! Cheers!

When searching a great red wine, connoisseurs go to Duck Pond Cellars. To learn more, visit www.duckpondcellars.com.
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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Live Entertainment at Mankas Steakhouse - Syria T. Berry Tonight!


Mankas Steakhouse Live Entertainment on Thursdays

September 3rd - Syria T. Berry

2522 Mankas Corner Road, Fairfield, CA 94535