$19 for All-You-Can-Eat Pasta with Mozzarella-Making Exhibition and Wine at Gino's Italian-American Market ($55 Value)

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One of the most fun parts of eating Italian cuisine is twirling spaghetti noodles around your fork and then using that whole thing as a big, wet spoon to scoop up meatballs. Pick pasta with this Groupon.

$19 for a Pasta Dinner and Mozzarella-Making Demonstration ($55 Value)

  • All-you-can-eat housemade pasta (a $20 value)
  • Wine tasting (an $18 value)
  • Antipasti tasting (a $12 value)
  • An Italian dessert station with five mini pastries (a $5 value)
  • One take-home ball of fresh mozzarella

Customers experience marinara-fueled festivities, which include a mozzarella-making demonstration. Dinners take place 7 p.m.–9 p.m. on Fridays.

Gino's Italian-American Market

In 1954, Gino's founder, Anthony Paparella, moved from the teeming fisheries of Bari to Hoboken, New Jersey, where he married a fellow Italian and worked as a builder for nearly 20 years. After retiring to South Florida in '73, Paparella brought a taste of his homeland stateside by opening a bustling bazaar filled with fresh produce, succulent meats, and sweet desserts. The market's commitment to tradition and family can be found in all of its business practices, from its catered feasts of traditional baked pastas and rib roasts, to e-mail correspondences from the resident Nonna that contain expert advice on party planning, recipes, and optimal angles for cheek-pinching. Shoppers consult Nonna Anna and handy recipe guides to concoct rich sauces and tasty entrees from the store's bountiful selection of cheese, wine, ripe tomatoes, and imported Italian goods. In addition to rounding out dinner plates with house-made prosciutto bread, fresh chicken, and juicy cuts of beef, Gino's graces weddings, desserts, and banquets with custom cakes and pastries.

Gino's Italian Market

In 1954, Gino's Italian Market's founder, Anthony Paparella, moved from the teeming fisheries of Bari to Hoboken, New Jersey, where he married a fellow Italian and worked as a builder for nearly 20 years. After retiring to South Florida in '73, Paparella brought a taste of his homeland stateside by opening a bustling bazaar filled with fresh produce, succulent meats, and sweet desserts.

The market's commitment to tradition and family can be found in all of its business practices, from its catered feasts of traditional baked pastas and rib roasts, to e-mail correspondences from the resident Nonna that contain expert advice on party planning, recipes, and optimal angles for cheek-pinching. Shoppers consult Nonna Anna and handy recipe guides to concoct rich sauces and tasty entrees from the store's bountiful selection of cheese, wine, ripe tomatoes, and imported Italian goods.

In addition to rounding out dinner plates with house-made prosciutto bread, fresh chicken, and juicy cuts of beef, Gino's graces weddings, desserts, and banquets with custom cakes and pastries.

Reviews

I love this place. Its a traditional Italian market and the food and selection is amazing.

Shannon P., Yelp, 4/4/12

This market place is a little slice of heaven, with real deal Italian delicacies. The deli, meat market, and bakery are all top notch

Stan A., Yelp, 3/11/12
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    Hollywood

    5729 Johnson St.

    Hollywood, Florida 33021

    954-966-0656

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In a Nutshell

Mozzarella-making demonstration entertains diners as they dig into unlimited housemade pasta paired with sips of wine

The Fine Print

Expires Nov 28th, 2012. Limit 4 per person. Limit 4 per visit. Reservations required. Valid in-store only. Must be 21 or older to participate in the wine tasting. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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