$10 for $20 Worth of Imported Italian Groceries at Bottega La Dolce Vita in Coral Gables

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In a Nutshell

Imported Italian cheeses and meats as well as oils, pastas, cookies, and coffees from brands such as Mulino Bianco, Lavazza, and De Cecco

The Fine Print

Expires Dec 26th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Groceries, like electricity and phone calls to Karl Malone, are a basic living expense. Get the fundamentals with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Italian Groceries

Shoppers fill carts with hard-to-find Italian goodies such as Principe Pignatelli white-truffle olive oil ($19.99), De Cecco Arrabbiata sauce ($5.95 for 690g), Cipriani pappardelle egg pasta ($9.99), and Lavazza Crema e Gusto flavored coffee ($6.95 for 250g).

Bottega La Dolce Vita

Bottega La Dolce Vita stocks its shelves and fridges with fine pastas, sauces, pestos, cheeses, and deli meats from all regions of Italy. Like a wormhole to the Mona Lisa's kitchen cupboard, the mouthwatering spread of imported fare brings a tiny piece of the Old World to America, loading pantries with silky chocolates, creamy pecorino Toscano, and all-natural pork salami. Among the store's charming cloth-clad tables, owners Franco Di Blasi and Joan Bavaresco guide visitors through a culinary tour of Italy, allowing them to sample fine cheeses as they peruse the selection of cookies, olive oils, and homemade pestos and sauces.

Bottega La Dolce Vita

Bottega La Dolce Vita stocks its shelves and fridges with fine pastas, sauces, pestos, cheeses, and deli meats from all regions of Italy. Like a wormhole to the Mona Lisa's kitchen cupboard, the mouthwatering spread of imported fare brings a tiny piece of the Old World to America, loading pantries with silky chocolates, creamy pecorino Toscano, and all-natural pork salami. Among the store's charming cloth-clad tables, owners Franco Di Blasi and Joan Bavaresco guide visitors through a culinary tour of Italy, allowing them to sample fine cheeses as they peruse the selection of cookies, olive oils, and homemade pestos and sauces.

Culinary tools and activities, from cooking demos to kitchen appliances