What You'll Get
Teenagers idolize pizza due to its portable nature and refusal to stay in a box, man. Eat your way to independence with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Pizza and Italian Cuisine
The menu include meatballs made from veal, beef, and pork ($12), button clams and house-made cappellini in a white wine and garlic broth ($22), and a white pizza topped with sautéed mushrooms, arugula, and white truffle oil ($14 ).
Amaro Pizzeria & Vino Lounge
Though a chandelier shimmers above Amaro Pizzeria & Vino Lounge's open kitchen, the discs of dough flung by Executive Chef John Spahr remain a more eye-catching aerial attraction. Along with house-pulled mozzarella, John and his culinary team top their Neapolitan-style pizzas with ingredients including shoestring onions, oven-roasted artichoke hearts, and shaved ham , a smoother alternative to ham with five o'clock shadow. The chefs' other authentic Italian specialties run the gamut from house-made bread and pastas to vegan-friendly onion and zucchini fettuccini and a gluten-free, 10-ounce bone-in pork chop with a Dijon and mustard glaze . 90 wines complement the hearty Italian flavors, which guests can savor while admiring artwork on the dining room walls or tapping their toes along with live musicians .
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 21, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with other specials. Not valid on holidays. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Amaro Italiano Ristorante
An elegant chandelier sparkles above Amaro Italiano Ristorante open kitchen, but it’s rarely the first thing that guests notice. They are too engrossed by Pizza Chef's delicate dance as he flings discs of pizza dough high into the air, careful not to get them caught in the chandelier’s net of crystal beads. The culinary team pull their own mozzarella and top their Neapolitan pizzas with such creative ingredients as shoestring onions, oven-roasted artichoke hearts, and shaved ham. Pizza is hardly their only specialty, however. Their dishes run the gamut from house-made pastas to a bone-in pork chop with a Dijon and mustard glaze. 70 wines complement the complex Italian flavors, as do the artworks on the dining room’s walls and live musicians who have strung their guitars with resonant spaghetti al dente.