What You'll Get
The spaghetti-western film genre is noted for its good use of extreme close-ups, its bad use of tomato sauce during gunfights, and its ugly use of Clint Eastwood’s puppetry skills. Get a fistful of western-less spaghetti with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Italian fare at Caffé Pranzo.
Caffé Pranzo serves up Italian fare in a warm, inviting atmosphere. Feast your culinary imagination on a menu abounding with homemade pastas, fresh seafood, and chops. Commence the feed session with a basket of hand-breaded calamari served with anchovy sauce ($7.99) and steamed artichoke hearts dressed in basil-garlic butter and parmesan ($7.49). Sink your teeth into hand-tossed, brick-oven pizzas such as the pesto and chicken ($8.99) or the sausage and pepper ($8.49). Pastas come piping hot and peppered with ingredients such as grilled chicken, fresh mozzarella, shrimp, scallops, and mussels ($5.49–$17.99). For dessert, tiramisu ($5.99) and a velvety slice of Carnegie Deli's famous cheesecake ($6.49) shipped from New York City via pneumatic tube sate sweet teeth.
Tucked inside a shopping center, Caffé Pranzo features a casual setting with warm-hued tile and colorful artwork. A refrigerated case is stocked with take-and-bake soups, salads, and lasagnas perfect for individuals who are too busy to cook, but want to institute regular mealtime with their family to create unbreakable bonds and increase the likelihood that the children will become big and strong enough to play professional sports. A friendly and knowledgeable staff provides impeccable service.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 5 or more. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Dine-in only. Tax & gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Caffe Pranzo
Many of Caffe Pranzo's customers have been dining there for well over a decade. It's the restaurant's traditional Italian menu that inspires such devotion, plating pastas, chicken, and fish sautéed in delicate wine sauce. Pizzas, too, are prepared the old-fashioned way, with dough thrown high in the air. After garnishing them with gourmet toppings such as grilled artichoke hearts, portabella mushrooms, and summer squash, the brick-oven-baked pies transport to a dining room bedecked with works by local artist Jennifer Holloway. There, guests who've finished off their meals can tuck into cheesecakes shipped from New York City's Carnegie Deli for a taste of Manhattan without the granite-y mouthfeel of biting the Empire State Building.