Table manners are just as highly revered in Italy as they are in the U.S., as Italian children are constantly reminded not to blow bubbles in their wine or eat prosciutto with a veal fork. Get in touch with Italian etiquette with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Italian fare and drinks at Fiorella's Ristorante.
Fiorella, the restaurant's namesake and owner, creates an original Italian-restaurant experience by combining family recipes and her own inventive Italian-American cuisine. Funghi ripieni, mushrooms stuffed with italian sausage and pesto and topped with white-wine tarragon cream sauce ($7), starts mouths watering like those of cartoon animals looking at other cartoon animals wearing mascara, while a gorgonzola, apple, and pecan salad ($8) comes through fresh and crispy. Traditional Italian options include chicken parmigiana ($16) and veal sautéed in a brandy-, porcini-mushroom, and memories-of-Old-World-Europe cream sauce ($19). The signature sandwich is the Furger, an italian burger served on fresh focaccia ($5); a perfect Italian-American marriage witnessed by a team of fries.
Fiorella's selection of fine wines escorts any meal with fermented functionality. Patrons can try karaoke on the first Saturday of every month to get a heartfelt Motown classic off their chest, or sip $1.75 beers while watching birds napping on clouds from the outdoor patio.
6525 W Happy Valley Rd.
Phoenix, Arizona 85310Get Directions