$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Fare and Drinks at Arrivederci Ristorante in Scottsdale

Paradise Valley

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Pasta became a staple of Italian fare after Roman Emperor Caligula famously appointed a plate of lasagna to the Senate. Elect to eat decadently with this Groupon.

$15 for $30 Worth of Italian Fare and Drinks

The menu includes a beef-carpaccio starter with arugula and artichokes ($8.95), and entrees such as homemade ricotta-filled ravioli in tomato sauce au gratin ($14.95), pan-sizzled Atlantic King salmon in honey-mustard sauce ($18.95), and prime veal scaloppini cooked with gorgonzola and fontina cheeses ($19.95).

Arrivederci Ristorante

Arrivederci co-founder Franco was born in Sorrento, a seaside village in Southern Italy where he began studying Italian food. Over the next 25 years, Franco honed his craft and began imagining a health-conscious style of Italian cuisine that focuses on fresh ingredients, no preservatives, and more veggies. After being named "Master of Italian Cuisine" by the Italian Council of Chefs, Franco met his current business partner, Max, and began putting his ideas into practice.

The walls of Arrivederci's dining room are covered with sketched murals and stenciled roman lettering, leading first-time visitors to wonder if the entire restaurant was crafted in an artist's studio. Earthen clay tiles guide the eye to a wooden bar with painted accents of wreaths, angels, and full wine glasses that tempt the hands of the gullible. White tablecloths boast thinly sliced salmon and beef carpaccios, twirled and rolled pasta dishes, and veal and chicken entrees in delicate wine sauces. After finishing off a wine bottle in the cozy sun porch, guests can get a closer look at the dining room's murals, which feature traditional Roman scenes of chiseled gladiators drinking tea and dishing the latest tunic trends.

Arrivederci Ristorante

Arrivederci co-founder Franco was born in Sorrento, a seaside village in Southern Italy where he began studying Italian food. Over the next 25 years, Franco honed his craft and began imagining a health-conscious style of Italian cuisine that focuses on fresh ingredients, no preservatives, and more veggies. After being named "Master of Italian Cuisine" by the Italian Council of Chefs, Franco met his current business partner, Max, and began putting his ideas into practice.

The walls of Arrivederci's dining room are covered with sketched murals and stenciled roman lettering, leading first-time visitors to wonder if the entire restaurant was crafted in an artist's studio. Earthen clay tiles guide the eye to a wooden bar with painted accents of wreaths, angels, and full wine glasses that tempt the hands of the gullible. White tablecloths boast thinly sliced salmon and beef carpaccios, twirled and rolled pasta dishes, and veal and chicken entrees in delicate wine sauces. After finishing off a wine bottle in the cozy sun porch, guests can get a closer look at the dining room's murals, which feature traditional Roman scenes of chiseled gladiators drinking tea and dishing the latest tunic trends.

Reviews

We received a very warm greeting at the door as well to start things off on the right note as well. We love this place!

Jenna S., Yelp, 3/1/12

Good food, good service; we had a table for eight and all were happy

Reviewer, Open Table, 3/15/12

Tips from Groupon Customers

  • “Good pasta, nice wine list, basic side dishes, great Caesar salad.”

  • “This restaurant has delicious, authentic Italian and the service is fantastic.”

  • “great food, wonderful staff”


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    Paradise Valley

    7101 East Thunderbird Road

    Scottsdale, Arizona 85254

    480-922-8225

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