$20 for $40 Worth of Specialty Italian Foods at Frank Velleggia's Casa di Pasta

Little Italy

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A grocery store is like a carnival midway—it offers shelves and shelves of goodies guarded by employees who hope you don’t knock down any stacks of bottles. Step right up to this Groupon.

$20 for $40 Worth of Specialty Italian Foods

The selection includes housemade ravioli with spinach and feta ($7.85/ dozen) or beef ($7.40/dozen), as well as italian sausage ($4.25/pound) and 32-ounce jars of housemade marinara sauce ($6.50).

Frank Velleggia's Casa di Pasta

The Velleggia family first laid their roots in Little Italy in 1970, establishing a specialty grocery store where they began to sell a combination of imported and housemade Italian foods. Relying on time-tested traditions and natural ingredients, they continue their culinary venture in much the same manner today. The highlight at Casa di Pasta is the store's homemade and hand-cut pastas, from gnocchi and tortellini to 26 kinds of ravioli stuffed with the likes of butternut squash, lobster, or smoked mozzarella and mushroom. Premade pans of lasagna and frozen italian sausages round out the selection of homemade goods that customers can pick up for nightly dinners or to feed groups at parties. Coolers and shelves also brim with olive oils, vinegars, breads, sweets, and cheeses imported directly from the Old World.

Frank Velleggia's Casa di Pasta

The Velleggia family first laid their roots in Little Italy in 1970, establishing a specialty grocery store where they began to sell a combination of imported and housemade Italian foods. Relying on time-tested traditions and natural ingredients, they continue their culinary venture in much the same manner today. The highlight at Casa di Pasta is the store's homemade and hand-cut pastas, from gnocchi and tortellini to 26 kinds of ravioli stuffed with the likes of butternut squash, lobster, or smoked mozzarella and mushroom. Premade pans of lasagna and frozen italian sausages round out the selection of homemade goods that customers can pick up for nightly dinners or to feed groups at parties. Coolers and shelves also brim with olive oils, vinegars, breads, sweets, and cheeses imported directly from the Old World.

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    Little Italy

    210 Albemarle St.

    Baltimore, Maryland 21202

    410-539-5383

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In a Nutshell

Founded in 1970, Little Italy grocery creates more than 30 kinds of housemade pastas and stocks imported Italian foods

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 30th, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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