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What You'll Get
When dining in public, proper etiquette dictates that you should keep your elbows off the table and your table off the neighboring tables. Mind your manners with this Groupon.
$10 for Three $7 Punches for Coffee, Baked Goods, and Italian Cuisine ($21 Value)
Guests sup from a seasonal menu of Italian café and bakery treats, such as handmade polenta cookies ($1.25), roasted beet salad with mustard dressing ($3.50/8 oz., $4.50/12 oz.), breakfast sandwiches ($4), and prosciutto cotto sandwiches topped with Italian ham, caramelized onions, and fontina cheese ($8). Gluten free bread is also available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 $7 punch per table. Limit 1 punch per visit. Not valid for happy hour/aperitivo specials. Must purchase 1 food item. All three punches must be used separately. Not valid for Italian classes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Caffè Torino
From the bakers who stoke hot ovens every morning to the baristas who brew imported Lavazza beans, Caffè Torino strives to capture the warmth and flavors of Turin, Italy in their intimate café. Piping-hot cups of coffee pair perfectly with flaky croissants, delicate polenta and nutella cookies, and delicious amaretto flan. During weekday happy hour feasts, guests sip wine while munching on kale chips or savoring small plates of crostini. Main courses tempt diners with crunchy-chewy caprese sandwiches or rustic salads made with seasonal combinations of beans, root veggies, greens, and pasta. Bakers labor at hot ovens every day to create delectable pastries, cookies, biscotti, croissants, and much more. Like a teacup that constantly reminds you to lift your pinky, Caffè Torino cultivates high dining culture by covering walls with canvases from local artists and hosting Italian lessons from Percorso Italiano.