What You'll Get
The easiest way to tell if pasta is al dente is to throw a noodle at the wall; if it breaks, then it's time to not build walls out of Jenga blocks. Defer to professional pasta handlers with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for an Italian dinner for two (up to a $55.90 total value)
- $48 for an Italian dinner for four (up to a $111.80 total value)
With dinner, each diner receives a choice of entree (up a $19.95 value) and a glass of house wine (up to an $8 value). Diners can choose from the menu's variety of Italian entrees, such as beef tortellini in a mushroom cream sauce, meaty lasagna, or pollo parmigiana with breaded chicken in tomato and cheese.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner after 4:30PM. Extra fee for entrees over $19.95, including most veal, steak, and fish entrees. Valid only for house wine up to $8 per glass. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About J.F. Sanfilippo's Italian Restaurant
Joe Sanfilippo got his start in the food industry at age 11 when his Uncle Agostino recruited him to bus tables at his St. Louis restaurant on a particularly busy New Year’s night, according to St. Louis Magazine. Two years later, he returned to his hometown of Palermo to study and to attend culinary school at night, which ignited his passion for cooking and spurred him to open his own eatery at the tender age of 24. Today, the owner and executive chef of J.F. Sanfilippo’s Restaurant mingles his southern-Italian training with northern-Italian influences in a menu of pastas with tomato- or cream-based sauces, sautéed chicken and veal, and broiled steaks. In a recent KSDK 5 interview centering on the opening of his second location in Chesterfield, Joe confided that his 80-year-old mother still bakes the restaurant’s bread each day and divulged plans to bottle and sell J.F.’s popular vodka sauce, then ship it to Neptune.