The proper way to eat spaghetti is to twirl it around your fork, set that fork aside, get another fork, twirl spaghetti around that fork, and then keep doing that until all the spaghetti is on forks. Fill up on Italian fare with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for $30 worth of Italian cuisine for two
- $25 for $50 worth of Italian cuisine for four or more<p>
Sauce-smothered meat and pasta alternate between layers of provolone, mozzarella, and ricotta cheeses in plates of lasagna ($14.99); sirloin tops a steak-onion-ranch pizza ($10.99–$19.99); and the baked italian hoagie reaches 6 or 12 inches, with housemade italian dressing and salami, capicola, provolone, lettuce, onion, and tomato ($5.50–$8.50).<p>
Cenci's Italian Restaurant & Bar
Ten on tap. Sixty varieties in bottles. The beer selection at Cenci's Italian Restaurant & Bar has something for everyone, from Great Divide Hibernation ale on draft to Erie Presque Isle bottled pilsner and a surfeit of other craft options. Cenci’s has more to offer, though, maintaining decor and a food menu worthy of the frequent events it hosts. As hanging lamps gently illuminate tables and booths dressed in warm, brick-based colors, guests indulge in Italian-American fare. In addition to making specialty pies such as steak-onion-ranch pizzas and chicken-broccoli pizzas, the folks at Cenci's are skilled holiday celebrants: heart-shaped pepperoni spangles their Valentine's Day pizza, Halloween parties welcome beer-swilling jack-o'-lanterns with discerning taste, and viewers of important NFL games may be lucky enough to receive free slices at halftime. Like the time Napoleon played Ulysses Grant in an awkward game of chess, weekly trivia encourages brains to battle. Neon writing decorates a chalkboard menu boasting that evening's discounted beers, bombs, and food—there may even be $1 sicilian slices available. The menu also includes calzones, burgers, and pasta.