Spaghetti, like a hammerhead shark, is rigid and boring until it’s submerged in water, at which point it quickly springs to life and develops a taste for swimmers. Celebrate this predatory noodle with today's Groupon to Biagio's Italian Kitchen. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get $15 worth of upscale Italian fare during lunch.
- For $12, you get $25 worth of upscale Italian fare during dinner.
Biagio's Italian Kitchen crafts hand-made Italian specialties and serves each dish inside its intimate dining room. Soften harsh growls emitting from ferocious stomachs at dinnertime with salmone affumicato which smokes fresh salmon and lays it alongside ricotta cheese and market greens ($12), or coat your throat with a bowl of minestrone all toscana ($6) before belting out a disco lullaby. The veal scallopini in gorgonzola and brandy cream demi glace ($19) pounces from behind the coop to startle hens and chickens, such as the breast grilled with artichokes and button mushrooms in a marsala wine demi glace ($18). Share a dish of grazzi pasta that bubbles with penne, onion, prosciutto, vodka, and parmigiano ($15) with a prom date before hurling a disk of piccante pizza ($15) into the jaws of a leaping golden retriever as tomato sauce, spicy Italian sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, and mozzarella shower over its blonde locks. Save room for tiramisu ($5.50) or swig from a bottle of International or Canadian wine (starting at $31).
Biagio's Italian Kitchen’s lunch menu entreats tasters with some of the same nightly delicacies dished up at dinner but with a few meals better equipped for daytime TV trays, such as the divino calzone which stuffs tomato sauce, hot capocollo ham, grilled chicken, and mozzarella into its doughy hug ($12), or the melanzan Panini an attempt at reconciling grilled zucchini, eggplant, red and yellow peppers, red onion, parmigiano, and roasted garlic puree with warm foccacia bread ($10).
The Lemon Kitchen positively reviewed Biagio's Italian Kitchen. Seven TripAdvisors give the business an average of 3.5 owl eyes, Restaurantica reviewers give it a 2.5-star average and 72% of Urbanspooners like it.
Biagio's Italian Kitchen
Since 1999, the culinary team at Biagio's Italian Kitchen has strived to stay true to its founding "al momento" cooking philosophy by prepping each authentic dish on its menu to order. Angus steaks and veal dishes in delicate sauces float out of the chef’s quarters alongside pastas saturated in a choice of three sauces and packed with grilled chicken, shrimp, or spicy sausage.
A half wall weaves through the main dining room, just like the larger one that divides Italy’s vegetarians and carnivores, splitting feasting quarters between a larger area filled with tables and booths and semi-private section that accommodates up to 40 guests. The savvy Biagio's Italian Kitchen staffers assist patrons in planning and catering business or social events within its private dining rooms, banquet room, front room, or outdoor patio.