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What You'll Get
The sudden onset of hunger pangs is the leading cause of unfinished novels, canceled duels, and tied soccer matches. Today's Groupon employs delicious Italian cuisine to cut down on unfinished business: for $20, you get $40 worth of Italian fare for dinner at Ecco Domani Italian Restaurant in Coopersburg. Today's deal is not valid for the lunch menu.
At Ecco Domani, diners quiet hunger pangs with a menu of tender chicken and veal, bubbling, cheesy pizzas, and flavorful, sauce-laden pastas. Plates of juicy poultry, such as the lightly breaded chicken milanese ($16.29) deliver mouthfuls of meat and sauce, and the flaky flounder francaise ($14.99) combines France with the sea better than sporting a wetsuit to tour Versailles. Dishes of veal piccata ($17.79) mingle savory tastes of beef with tangy capers and lemon-white-wine sauce, and servings of eggplant rollatini ($15.29) tuck creamy ricotta, mozzarella, and garlic-tomato sauce into tasty aubergine envelopes. As guests devour toasty slices of margherita ($8 for a small, $10 for a large) or eggplant siciliana ($13 for a small, $17 for a large) pizza, charming décor evokes rustic Italy and the inside of most grapefruits with warm coral tones and murals of the Mediterranean countryside.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 8, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for lunch menu. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ecco Domani Italian Restaurant
The kitchen at Ecco Domani Italian Restaurant is a bustling and colorful place where flames dance up from fiery brick ovens and saucepans simmer with carefully calibrated sauces. Expert chefs prepare veal, chicken, and seafood dishes served with penne, linguini, and angel hair pasta. Crunchy sandwich rolls are layered with meatballs, sausage, and cheesy steak, and the ovens bake up hearty calzones and pizzas. To whip up their specialty chicken sorrentino, chefs egg-batter tender chicken and sauté in a white-wine sauce before topping with sliced ham, eggplant, tomatoes, mushrooms, and fresh mozzarella. There’s also a special menu of kid-friendly dishes, such as chicken fingers and pizzas with theme-park passes baked right into the crust. The restaurant’s sunny dining room is decorated with vivid paintings of rustic Italian landscapes.