Thirty years later I found Gasperetti's in Yakima to be a disappointment. Maybe that was because I remember a somewhat funky Italian restaurant that now has pretensions to upscale over refinement. I found the menu boring, although the Pork Osso Buco and the Rib Steak Chimmichurra were quite good. The wine list had a surprising lack of interesting reasonably priced Italian wines, although they did have a good Chianti Riserva from Rocca di Mace for $30. And the house white, a Chardonnay made for Gasperetti's by Bonair Winery was great for only $25. I was disappointed that they didn't have the wonderful Sangioveses from Yakima Cellars. I guess you can't go home again. Once again, we should have listened to the locals who recommended Greystone. Frankly, I enjoyed my steak and eggs at the Shadow Mountain Grille in Benton City a lot more.