Italy has given us legendary works of art, from the evocative paintings of Caravaggio and da Vinci to the miniature meat sculptures of Boyardee. Admire edible Italian masterpieces with today’s Groupon to Da Vinci Gelato & Caffe. Choose from the following options:
- For $8, you get breakfast for two (up to a $16.98 total value). The breakfast includes the following:
- Two crêpes with a choice of three ingredients (a $5.99 value each)
- Two coffees (up to a $2.50 value each)<p>
- For $11, you get a lunch combo for two (a $21.98 value). The lunch combo includes the following:
- Two paninis
- Two bags of chips
- Two regular drinks
- Two piccolo-size gelato<p>
- For $5, you get $10 worth of gelato, specialty coffee, and Italian fare.<p>
Within a cream- and pumpkin-hued space flanked by handsome leather seating, Da Vinci Gelato & Caffe transports taste buds to Italian climes with a menu of custom crêpes, toasty paninis, and more than 30 flavors of gelato. A variety of fresh fruit, sweet sauces, and decadent Nutella spread envelop themselves within delicate crêpes, arriving at tables to let diners devour their contents by hand, fork, or letter-opener alongside a steamy cup of imported Segafreto Zanetti coffee. Panini purveyors forge sizzling creations such as the panino bresaola, which splashes dry-cured beef, tomato, and melty mozzarella with extra-virgin olive oil between two toasty slices of bread. The glowing freezer case assembles a kaleidoscope of milk-based and fat-free gelato ($1.99–$6.78) in flavors such as tiramisu, green mint, and pineapple, and specialty coffee drinks ($1.50–$3.75) melt frozen palates just like the magic pizza that taught them to love.
Da Vinci Gelato & Caffe
At Da Vinci Gelato & Caffe, a glass case shields 32 pans of gelato and sorbetto. Cinnamon dusts the peaks of tiramisu, and rivulets of chocolate snake through the grooves of amaretto. Sorbets brim with fruits of the season, from strawberry and watermelon in warmer months to pomegranate and pear when the sun turns its back on earth. Although flavors rotate regularly, one thing remains constant: each batch is whipped up fresh daily in accordance with authentic artisan recipes.
As a contrast to frozen treats, baristas make hot drinks and cooks prepare authentic italian paninis that bear dark stripes from being flattened between two Ferrari grills. The staff also assembles crepes and packs take-home containers of gelato.