Italian foods are often named for the region they come from, such as Parma, Bologna, and Personal Pan. Taste the real deal with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$40 for an Italian dinner for two on Sunday–Thursday (up to a $84 total value)
$50 for an Italian dinner for two on Friday–Saturday (up to a $84 total value)
$95 for an Italian dinner for four on Sunday–Thursday (up to a $207 value)
$115 for an Italian dinner for four on Friday–Saturday (up to a $207 value)
Per diner, each dinner includes:
- One appetizer, soup, or salad (up to a $15 value each)
- One entree (up to a $27 value each)
The four-person option also includes a bottle of house wine (up to a $39 value). Click to view the menu, which also includes a rotating list of daily specials.
Il Sogno Ristorante
The Italian cuisine at Il Sogno was lauded by the New York Times for its "deep, satisfying, carefully balanced flavors." It's no small feat when you consider that the Zagat-rated restaurant features more than 1,000 different menu items every year. Alongside the slim main menu, chefs experiment with smaller plates such as artichoke-potato soup and sea bass served with a sea-salt crust.
Of Il Sogno's year-round offerings, the Times fawns over its "terrific pastas," including its "toothsome, glistening" pappardelle tossed with scallops and asparagus or lobster ravioli "enhanced by a creamy aurora sauce." Entrees range from veal scaloppini served in balsamic reduction sauce to chicken breast that is coated with pounded parmesan cheese crust and served with a mallet in case you want to pound it some more. The restaurant's two dining rooms, divided by a center bar, have old-fashioned touches such as hardwood flooring, stone walls, and tapestries.
What some people are buzzing about:
80% of 306 customers recommend
“Very good !!!!”
“Food is too good for take out. I think it is best if eaten fresh right after it is prepared.”
“Pleasantly surprised at how nice it was when we walked in, the server and the rest of the staff was very friendly. Would definitely go back.”