Wine is an essential component of an elegant meal, alongside silk tablecloths and a server named Sir Anthony Hopkins. Taste good taste with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$22 for an appetizer and wine flights for two, redeemable Sunday–Thursday (up to a $46 total value)
$22 for an appetizer and wine flights for two, redeemable Friday–Saturday (up to a $46 total value)
- One appetizer (up to a $16 value)
- Two wine flights (up to a $15 value each)<p>
Guests enjoy a seat at the bar where expertly designed flights cover an eclectic mix of Italian and other international wines. The No Rhyme or Reisling flight, for example, features a Clean Slate reisling alongside a Yealands sauvignon blanc. The Autumn in Italy flight includes a prosecco and pinot grigio. Appetizers range from crabmeat-stuffed mushroom caps to a mini prosciutto-topped pizza. Click here to see the menus.<p>
Even after 30 years, the culinary wizards at Blue Grotto are still committed to refining the restaurant’s menu, continually assessing its classic Italian dishes and asking how they can improve them. Rather than dulling meals with premade ingredients, the chefs instead prefer to work from scratch with local, seasonal ingredients. They prepare as much as possible by hand, showing a meticulous attention to detail while forming the gnocchi and stuffing mushroom caps with crabmeat. The restaurant’s alluringly generous menu washes down with an equally expansive wine list composed largely of Italian and Californian wines. Located in historic Federal Hill, Blue Grotto lovingly embraces guests in its pleasant setting, which boasts such comforting touches such as a fireplace and waiters who sing-speak in a gentle baritone.
79% of 1,017 customers recommend
“Great fun! The only reason why I over spent the value was because I purchased beverages :) Blue Grotto was VERY accommodating and incredibly organized!”
“We had a wonderful evening, great service & we will return!!!;)”
“Awesome food good service Chicken parm some of the best in RI Sangria also really good”