Lone explorers have successfully crossed the frozen Arctic, but few have been able to finish a whole pizza without calling for backup. Eat like your reputation depends on it with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Italian fare and drinks for carry-out at East Side Mario's. Choose between the following locations: Airport Road and Great Lakes Drive in Brampton. This Groupon is valid for online ordering only.
Using authentic Italian and regional recipes, East Side Mario's chefs craft extensive menus at the Airport Road and Great Lakes Drive locations filled with pastas, meat dishes, and kid-friendly fare. Pizza kneaders hand-press and cattle-brand Sicilian-style thin-crust pizzas ($8.99+ for a small) piled with toppings such as pepperoni, pineapple, and capicollo before loading them in stone ovens to brown and crisp. Oven-baked penne bolognese ($14.99) emerges from the fire in a bath of alfredo sauce, and red- and green-striped ravioli stuffed with four cheeses ($16.99) greets mouths with festive flavours and a seasonal wardrobe. The eatery also carries kid-friendly options in its Mini Mario's Meals, such as a kid-size chicken parmigiana ($7.99) and chicken strips with seasoned fries ($6.99).
East Side Mario’s staff fosters a family-friendly atmosphere and its kitchens use fresh ingredients to concoct their edible Italian sonatas. As a tasteful addition to first-time online orders, customers receive a free order of Budda Boomers, garlicky, parmesan-dusted breadsticks with tomato dipping sauce.
East Side Mario's
A mere sandwich throw from Niagara Falls, East Side Mario's is found within the Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Fallsview Hotel, directly across the street from Fallsview Casino. Below elegant chandeliers, Mario's red and white checked tablecloths support grilled salmon, juicy steak, and Italian-imported pastas slathered in spicy arrabbiata or pesto alfredo. The doors of the kitchen part as servers emerge bearing Sicilian-style pizzas fresh from the sweltering interior of a stone oven.
Through the steam rising from Mario's all-you-can-eat garlic homeloaf, diners can peer at the framed mirrors hanging on gold walls. After enjoying wine or cocktails at Mario's polished wooden bar, guests can question servers about Four Points hotel accommodations or the strength needed to hurl a pizza across Niagara Falls and into the mouth of a waiting American.