The best sauces, like the best imaginary friends, are rich and from the Mediterranean. Bring your dining fantasies to life with this Groupon.
Choose from Six Options
- $69 for an Italian dinner for two with two appetizers or salads (up to an $18 value each), two entrees (up to a $45 value each), and one shared dessert (up to a $12 value; up to a $138 total value)
- $145 for an Italian dinner for four with four appetizers or salads (up to an $18 value each), four entrees (up to a $45 value each), two shared desserts (up to a $12 value each), and $30 toward one bottle of wine (up to a $306 total value)
For each option, choose from the following days to use the Groupon:
The menu includes appetizers such as razor clams with chorizo and fennel and a mixed-greens salad with a gorgonzola vinaigrette. The entree selection unveils pappardelle pasta in a wild-boar ragu and oven-roasted racks of lamb with a balsamic reduction. Desserts include espresso-spiked affogato and deconstructed cannoli with dipping cream. Although the wine list features varietals from vineyards across the world, it especially highlights Italian wines, including bottles from Piemonte to Puglia.
Massa' Italian Kitchen & Bar
Father-son restaurateurs Pasquale and Francesco Coli chose the name Massa' Italian Kitchen & Bar as a tribute to the southern Italian farmhouses, known as “masserias,” that line the countryside of their native Puglia, located on the heel of Italy. Their passion for the rustic, Old-World charm of Puglia permeates the kitchen, where chefs hand form pastas, chop local farm vegetables, and assemble housemade sausages. As a nod to Puglia's centuries-old maritime traditions, they also seek out fresh shipments of fish and seafood every day. Before diners embark on a gustatory expedition to Italy, servers suggest wine pairings from a list of more than 100 bottles, and bartenders mix signature cocktails with vodkas they infuse with vibrant fruits.
Today the restaurant continues to embrace its rustic roots, catering to diners and families who appreciate classic Italian cuisine and healthy portion sizes. The easy, dining-room evokes the feel of a rural cottage with its exposed-stone walls, floor-to-ceiling fireplace, and woodwork, which was constructed out of materials salvaged from century-old New England barns to created a relaxed dining experience. At each table, Old-World crafted entrees steam atop white plates, while families and friends breezily chatter amid the homey ambiance to the split-level dining room and wine bar.
We all had a fish dish of one kind or another and they were all excellent. The service was friendly and attentiveOpenTable diner who dined on 10/10/12
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