The Cellar Pays Tribute to the Late James Gandolfini with a Sopranos Sunday Dinner
Proceeds to Benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, Favored by Gandolfini

The Cellar has long been regarded as a place where gangsters hung out during prohibition. No television show personified the mobster way of life better than The Sopranos. The untimely passing of James Gandolfini has left a hole in the hearts of many and with the help of The Cellar’s Executive Sous-Chef, Brandon Stein, the restaurant is hosting a four-course, traditional Italian dinner in honor of Mr. Gandolfini. Held Sunday, June 23, proceeds from the dinner benefit one of Gandolfini’s favorite charities, Wounded Warrior Project.


Sopranos Sunday Dinner               Presented by Executive Sous Chef Brandon Stein               Sunday, June 23


First Course

Beef carpaccio- topped with mix greens, olive oil, shaved parmesan,

and Kalamata olives

Second Course

Italian wedding soup with meatballs

Third Course

Pasta carbonara chicken, green peas and bacon over linguini

With fresh garlic bread

Fourth Course

Limoncello and basil sorbet

 $34.95 per person*

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The goal of The Wounded Warrior Project is to raise public awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women, helping severely injured service members to aid and assist each other, and providing unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. To learn more visit

The Cellar is located in the heart of historic downtown Fullerton at 305 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832. Open for dinner service Tuesday through Sunday from 5:30pm with cocktail service until 2am. Wine Wednesdays feature half off pricing with every bottle. Reservations and private bookings at 714.525.5682. For more information, visit

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