The proper way to eat spaghetti is to twirl it around your fork, set that fork aside, get another fork, twirl spaghetti around that fork, and then keep doing that until all the spaghetti is on forks. Fill up on Italian fare with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$17 for an Italian dinner for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $37 total value)
$35 for an Italian dinner for four, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $74 total value)
$17 for an Italian dinner for two, valid Friday–Saturday (up to a $37 total value)
$35 for an Italian dinner for four, valid Friday–Saturday (up to a $74 total value)<p>
Each dinner includes the following:
- One shared appetizer per pair, such as bruschetta (up to a $7 value each)
- One entree per person, such as lasagna with meat sauce, each served with unlimited house salad or soup with garlic bread sticks (up to a $12 value each)
- One shared dessert per pair (a $6 value each)<p>
This Groupon is only valid for items on the following chef’s tasting menu.<p>
One of the key characteristics of Italian food is its simplicity—usually, dishes are based on an unembellished sauce, fresh pasta, a few vegetables or morsels of fish and meat, and some cheese and herbs. When done well, the simple combination reveals a rainbow of complex flavors. This simplicity is what Brooklyn Phil's strives for, building their mission on two equally simple goals: fresh food and attentive service.
For their part, the chefs make everything fresh to order, practicing their art in four restaurant kitchens throughout the greater Houston area. They take a distinctly American approach to classic Italian cooking, stuffing mushrooms with crab and salami, tossing bow-tie pasta with grilled chicken and tomato-cream sauce, and topping penne with italian sausages and peppers. Though Brooklyn Phil's serves customizable pizzas, the chefs also whip up 16 of their own signature creations, such as the Bronx, spread with spinach, ricotta, and garlic, and the Matthew, arranged with a colorful, aromatic landscape of sausage, sweet peppers, and basil. When not piling the restaurant’s signature meatballs—steaming spheres of beef, spicy pork, chicken, or mashed vegetables—onto pasta, chefs stuff them into baguette sandwiches or use them to play delicious games of tennis.