$25 for $40 Off Your Bill at Giuliano, an Anticoli Tavern

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Old-World pastas and entrees served in a family restaurant inspired by Italian trattorias

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Expires Oct 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid on holidays. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Taxes not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$25 for $40 Off Your Bill

You can order anything off the menu, such as mussels in a tomato-and-wine sauce ($10.95), veal alla saltimbocca topped with prosciutto and fontina cheese ($25.95), and meatball sandwiches with three housemade meatballs and baked cheeses ($9.95). Traditional spaghetti can be topped with marinara, meat sauce, or romano sauce ($11.95–$14.95), with the option to add meatballs or sausage (extra $2.95). Lighter appetites can be satisfied with salads, such as the Greco, which combines mixed greens, feta cheese, tomatoes, olives, cucumbers, red onion, pepperoncini, and lemony dressing ($10.95).

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  • Entrees—imported linguine with minced sea clams in a white-wine sauce ($16.95) and chicken parmigiana with penne ($16.95)
  • Dessert—tiramisu to share ($5.95)
    Total Bill: $39.85 for two people

Giuliano, an Anticoli Tavern

The Anticoli family has piled plates high with homestyle Italian fare made with imported pastas and cheeses, freshly caught shrimp, and fresh vegetables since opening its first restaurant in 1931. Though they have emphasized serving quality Italian cuisine for more than 80 years, they recently decided to focus on creating an authentic Italian experience, renaming the eatery after the family's ancestral Italian home and cultivating an atmosphere reminiscent of a trattoria. Terracotta colors wash over walls hung with pictures of the old country and of the Italian prime minister's jazzercise class, and carved, wooden roman columns support a wine bar festooned with cascading vines.

The Italian priority of bringing together family and friends over good food is echoed throughout cozy red booths where diners dive into spaghetti with hearty meat and romano sauce, herb-griddled pork chops, or hand-dipped spumoni dishes. The revelry continues outside on the breezy back patio, which is open seasonally or whenever the chefs feel the urge to make snow angels.

After-work activities, from bites and brews to bowling and bottle service