$20 for $40 Worth of Italian Cuisine at Amici

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Meyana M. ·
Redeemed September 3, 2012
The waitress & the chef were amazing & welcoming. will definitely recomend!


Cristi E. ·
Redeemed August 29, 2012
The best part of our meal, and a huge reason for us going back in the future, was that the chef came over to our table and asked us if we were enjoying his food, how we liked it, etc. We had a very nice, short conversation with him and he was funny and personable. We each told him which pesto we like the best and he brought us out another little plate with our favorites and a couple more flavors that we hadn't had before. I don't eat at super fancy restaurants, mainly because I don't like to, but having the chef come out and interact with us was a treat, and we will definitely be going back.


Wayne P. ·
Redeemed August 22, 2012
Keep up the great work

What You'll Get

Although Italians originally invented pasta as a fastener to keep Sicily from floating away, they abandoned it for less delicious moorings after locals on both sides kept snacking their way toward separation. Tether your taste buds to today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Italian cuisine at Amici, located inside the Eugene-Springfield Holiday Inn in the Gateway district.

Amici's array of traditional Italian and innovative adaptations fill their dinner menu with contemporary flair and authentic flavors. Open a meal with the authentic aroma of steamer clams, simmered in a delicate tomato and mirepoix broth ($11.50). For luxurious eating, entrees such as the lobster ravioli, with robust saffron-cream sauce blanketing each delectable pasta pillow ($19.50), and the Tuscan shoulder tender, grilled beef medallions topped with tomato-basil relish and served with potatoes au gratin and seasonal vegetables ($18.50) teleport tongues to the velvety Old World. To dine in lighter style, opt for the shrimp scampi, large prawns sautéed in butter and garlic and served with rice pilaf and seasonal vegetables ($16.50) or one of Amici's paninis, such as the portobello, with portobello mushrooms, roasted red pepper, grilled zucchini, and provolone on grilled focaccia and served with a choice of fresh fruit, house salad, or french fries ($9).

An extensive wine list and selection of inventive cocktails complement any Italic delicacies at dinner as well as postprandial conversations in the vine-enclosed patio.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Feb 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. No cash back or credit. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Amici

Within the 153-room Holiday Inn, Amici envelops diners in salmon-hued walls as they feast on freshly cut pastas and overflowing paninis. Rob Sigmund of Wild Duck Catering mans the helm of the spacious dining room, where upholstered banquettes, dark woods, and modern lighting fixtures create an atmosphere of contemporary comfort. After excavating a savory strata of lasagna, patrons can search for a wine finale on the outdoor patio or for mermen in the hotel’s swimming pool.

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