Dinner with Wine for Two or $20 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at La Torretta Ristorante in Scottsdale

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Renaissance-style paintings adorn dining room where handcrafted pasta, veal, and seafood sate gourmet appetites

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Expires Nov 21st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Valid for dinner only. May not split dishes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Romans' passion for fine cuisine was exceeded only by their enthusiasm for rhetorical devices and naked statues. Savor traditionally excellent dishes with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $39 for two Food for the Gods entrees and one bottle of red or white house wine (up to a $77.98 total value)
  • $20 for $40 worth of Italian cuisine

The menu includes Food for the Gods entrees (up to a $25.99 value) such as lasagna al saltimbocca, loaded with wild mushrooms, veal, and prosciutto, as well as house specialties such as veal scaloppini alla parmigiana ($29.99) and roasted New Zealand rack of lamb ($32.99).

La Torretta Ristorante

Visitors to La Torretta Ristorante are immediately confronted with visions of Old World Italy. Classical imagery permeates every inch, from a large mural depicting a lounging woman under the watch of joyful putti, to a stained-glass reproduction of Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam. The patio offers more naturalistic views of the McDowell Mountains, as well as nightly glimpses of the maintenance crew that flips the power-on switch for each sunset. The restaurant’s bill of fare also appeals to traditionalists. House specialties include the New Zealand rack of lamb, served with roasted potatoes, tomatoes, and fresh mint jelly, as well as the pollo farcitio formaggio quattro—a boneless chicken breast that’s stuffed with prosciutto, mascarpone, fontina, and gruyere and then doused in a marsala-mushroom demi-glaze. Grape sippers can pore over an expansive wine list, searching for the American or Italian bottle that includes the tastiest miniature ship.

La Torretta Ristorante

Visitors to La Torretta Ristorante are immediately confronted with visions of Old World Italy. Classical imagery permeates every inch, from a large mural depicting a lounging woman under the watch of joyful putti, to a stained-glass reproduction of Michelangelo's The Creation of Adam. The patio offers more naturalistic views of the McDowell Mountains, as well as nightly glimpses of the maintenance crew that flips the power-on switch for each sunset. The restaurant's bill of fare also appeals to traditionalists. House specialties include the New Zealand rack of lamb, served with roasted potatoes, tomatoes, and fresh mint jelly, as well as the pollo farcitio formaggio quattro—a boneless chicken breast that's stuffed with prosciutto, mascarpone, fontina, and gruyere and then doused in a marsala-mushroom demi-glaze. Grape sippers can pore over an expansive wine list, searching for the American or Italian bottle that includes the tastiest miniature ship.

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