Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with this Groupon.
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- $30 for $60 worth of Italian food and drinks for two or more
- $60 for $120 worth of Italian food and drinks for four or more
The restaurant recently installed a brand-new wood-burning oven, producing a new menu of gourmet pizzas, including the classic margherita ($9.99) and the Pizza Primavera Four Seasons ($13.95), topped with artichoke, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, and asparagus. The regular menu features housemade ravioli stuffed with crabmeat ($19.90), a fresh-seafood platter with hand-cut fries ($25), chicken parmigiana ($22), and roasted rack of lamb carved tableside ($35).
At the tender age of 7, Andrea Apuzzo began honing his culinary skills at a bakery in his Italian hometown. "I was spoiled as a kid. We made our own olive oil and wine,” he says in a Gambit article. His breadth of knowledge expanded greatly when, at 14 years old, he embarked on a culinary adventure across Europe and South America. Now at the helm of his own restaurant, Chef Andrea applies the knowledge he learned amid the cream-hued rising loaves and on the chattering European streets.
The dishes that fill tables at the eatery have been enjoyed by the likes of Queen Elizabeth, President Carter, Sophia Loren, Clint Eastwood, and one dog that figured out how to use a credit card. To share his abilities and experiments, the chef also publishes cookbooks, which detail formulas for the award-winning pastas, fresh seafood, and steaks. Chef Andrea's bistecca pizzaiola earned a place on Esquire's 2008 list of the 20 Best Steaks in America. "Like the best Italian dishes," the article says, "its simple parts add up to an unexpectedly powerful whole."