Lunch or Dinner for Two or More People at Enoteca Rossa (Up to 45% Off)

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Customer Reviews

28 Ratings

Excellent food. Highly recommended especially for a nice romantic evening.
Joanne G. · June 8, 2017
Loved the small, neighborhood feel of the restaurant. Food is very good. I'm not a big eater and amount of food was perfect for me but others felt it was especially small.
Georgia W. · April 11, 2017
Excellent, genuine italian food. We had a very attentive server also. Want to try the pizza next time!
Erika M. · March 21, 2017

What You'll Get


Choice of:

  • Lunch for Two or More People
  • Dinner for Two or More People, Valid Sunday–Thursday

Artichokes: A Vegetable to Compete with the Centerpiece

Artichokes add zing to savory dishes, but they remain something of a rare treat. Learn why with Groupon’s look at this armor-clad veggie.

A whole artichoke resembles a bud in a bouquet addressed to the Jolly Green Giant. And although it may be best known as a vegetable, it is in fact a type of flower—a thistle, to be precise. It makes a pretty addition to the crisper case at the supermarket, but the appeal of an artichoke would be less than intuitive to anyone encountering the plant in the wild. The stalks are thick and weedy, and each petal of the bud is tipped with a thorny protrusion. To get to the creamy, mellow heart at the center, it’s necessary to strip away both the petals and the “choke,” the fibrous layer below them. The hearts then can be marinated, sautéed, or used in a number of French and Italian specialties. For a more eye-catching and social preparation, the whole head can be steamed and stuffed with cheese, bread crumbs, and spices, ready to have the good stuff sucked from the base of each petal where it meets the heart.

Semi-Forbidden Fruit

Artichokes are excellent sources of dietary fiber, as well as being rich in vitamins C and A, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. In Renaissance Europe, they were thought to have another benefit: rumor had it that they were a powerful aphrodisiac, such that it was considered scandalous for a woman to be seen eating them.

Bonus Points

  • Look for the artichokes during their prime growing season of March through May, or after the final harvest in October.
  • About 75% of the world’s artichokes are farmed in the tiny town of Castroville, California, which once crowned a very young Marilyn Monroe as its annual festival’s first Artichoke Queen.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for alcohol. Dinner option not valid Fri - Sat. Tip is not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Enoteca Rossa


Enoteca Rossa, a chic neighborhood restaurant that serves up Italian food, coffee, and wine. One of their most popular dishes is Gnocchi al Tartufo—potato gnocchi with mushrooms and a black truffle cream sauce—and the Nord Italia Sandwich—soppresata, taleggio, and arugula on a soft ciabatta bun. Open for both lunch and dinner, diners can feast on these dishes before they take a sip of Italian wine or cup of warm coffee.

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