Vintage Ferraris run on a high-octane mixture of tomato sauce and parmesan, a savory blend that eventually turns petty car thieves into bona fide pasta barons. Get a baron's share of this desirable concoction with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Italian cuisine at Bianca's Italian Eatery at 1901 Spring Garden Street. This Groupon cannot be used for alcohol.
Whether you come to Bianca's on a date, with friends, with family, or alone, the friendly Italian eatery's menu will have you composing off-the-cuff odes to a good life, mouthwatering food, and adorable baby chicks. Known for simple food done right, Bianca's stockpile of traditional favorites includes tender veal marsala ($18), large shrimp scampi with freshly chopped garlic ($18), chicken parmigiana ($15), veggie lasagna ($14), and homemade manicotti ($14). The restaurant's kitchen magicians also stray from the most beaten, breaded, and baked classics, serving up house-spun specialties such as scallops choron with a tarragon cream sauce ($18) and braciole, which consists of slices of beef rolled with zucchini, ground sirloin, and mozzarella cheese and warmed in a bubbling jacuzzi of fresh tomato sauce ($16). To ensure that no one leaves with persisting hunger pangs or superfluous belt notches, all entrees are served with the daily appetizer special, a house salad, garlic bread, and dessert. House specialties and classic entrees come with a side of pasta and sauce of the day.
A knowledgeable, friendly staff shares a seamless rapport with Bianca's cuisine, providing astute recommendations and the wittiest water refills this side of the Mediterranean. Get comfortable with your comrades in Bianca's warm, welcoming interior as the elegant belly fillers are brought to your table in style.
This Groupon is for dine-in only. Reservations are required.
Bianca’s Italian Eatery has won numerous awards from local press. Readers of goTriad awarded it Best-Kept Secret, Best Restaurant for First Dates, and Best Italian in 2009. Eighty-two percent of 93 Urbanspooners like it and six TripAdvisors give it an average of 3.5 owl eyes.
- The food is basic---that is good---just straight forward simple Italian dishes with good spice & fresh garlic. Fantastic from a value standpoint as well...don't pass it by...you'll miss something special! – Frank B., Urbanspoon
- Good deal, good service. Meal is all coordinated for you, and the portions are perfect. – TripAdvisor reviewer on Facebook on 07/29/2008