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What You'll Get
Italian cuisine is often served “family style”—off a platter rotating 50 feet above the diners’ heads, which they can only reach through wits and teamwork. Bond over a meal with this Groupon.
$27 for $50 Worth of Italian Food
In the evenings, chefs plate veal medallions with cheese and prosciutto ($26.95) and toss fettuccine with shrimp, artichoke hearts, and lobster sauce ($27.95). Midday meals include personal pizzas ($12.95–$16.95), lunch sandwiches ($9.95–$12.95), and lunch-size main courses ($12.95–$19.95). See the dinner menu, the lunch menu, and the wine list.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase 1 food item. Not valid on holidays. Valid only at at listed location. Cannot be combined with other promotions or offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Da Edoardo North
Edoardo Barbieri's love of cooking began during a time of war. As an Italian soldier in World War II, he was captured by Allied forces and imprisoned in a series of prisoner-of-war camps in the United States. The young soldier was assigned to the mess hall, and he quickly realized a knack for the culinary arts. When the war ended, he returned to northern Italy and married his fiancée, but it wasn't long before America began calling him back. Edoardo and his wife immigrated to the States, where he soon opened a number of acclaimed Italian restaurants. As his family and business both grew, his son and grandchildren eventually joined the cause, creating a restaurant chain run by three generations of the Barbieri family.
At Da Edoardo North, the flavors and aromas of northern Italian cuisine vie for attention with lakeside scenery visible through the dining room's floor-to-ceiling windows. Executive chef Eddie Barbieri, who is also Eduardo's grandson, creates pastas and sauces from scratch with the family's time-honored recipes, pairing them with morsels of shrimp, veal, or pork chops seared to a tender finish. Individually sized pizzas bear the traditional toppings of prosciutto or Italian sausage, and the ample wine list proffers a selection of more than 100 varietals, many by the bottle. Diners can even bring a gourmet meal home with the restaurant's grab 'n' go option, which makes for a more convenient Italian meal than standing beneath a Sicilian construction crew at break time.