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What You'll Get
Vintage Ferraris ran on a high-octane mixture of tomato sauce and parmesan, a savory blend that eventually turned petty car thieves into bona fide pasta barons. Get a baron's share of this desirable concoction with today's Groupon to Don Camillo in Corinth. Choose between the following options:
For $15, you get an Italian lunch for two (up to a $33.95 value), including:
- One order of bruschetta bolognese (a $7.99 value)
- Two entrees from the lunch menu (up to a $10.99 value each)
- Two side salads or cups of soup (a $1.99 value each)
For $15, you get $30 worth of Italian fare for dinner. Entrees are $13.99–$17.99.
Don Camillo appeases appetites for fine Italian fare with fresh, house-made soups, salads, pastas, and sauces. Midday meals kick off with a plate of bruschetta bolognese, wherein crispy boats of ciabatta bread bear pesto, meat sauce, fresh garlic, and mutinous mozzarella from the kitchen's wood-fire oven. The lunch menu overflows with pastas such as the gorgonzola-cheese tortellini stuffed with beef, as well as between-bread delights such as the mushroom-filled roasted-veggie sandwich. Dinner promises plates dressed to the nines in lobster ravioli tossed in a white-wine butter sauce, or cuts of veal marsala that bequeath rich wine sauce and fresh mushrooms to divide fairly among all taste buds save for the suitably bitter.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid 12/31/11 or 2/14/12. Must order from menu for lunch option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Don Camillo Italian Cuisine
Though Hamid Parivash has progressively moved farther and farther away from his native Italy, he refuses to stray from the country’s iconic culinary traditions. In 1987, he opened his first Italian restaurant in Austria with his mother and father before eventually moving the eatery to Spain for four years. He then ventured out even further, jumping the Atlantic Ocean to found a new Don Camillo in Texas. Even with this westward momentum, the menu remains firmly grounded in Old World flavors—fresh buffalo mozzarella, hand-rolled manicotti, and homemade meat and pesto sauces remain staple ingredients on the menu. Chef Parivash even still relies on an old-fashioned wood-burning oven to roast hearty entrees and bake pizzas laden with everything from grilled chicken and red onions to diced pancetta and garlic.
The restaurant’s open kitchen allows diners full-on glimpses of the cooks as they use this brick-encased oven to bake meals to order. With its neutral-toned walls, chandelier-like lighting fixtures, and assorted pieces of artwork, the dining room embraces a classical, understated aesthetic. Leafy green potted plants sit atop the room’s half walls of exposed brickwork, adding a verdant splash of color and replenishing the restaurant’s oxygen supply on a weekly basis.