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What You'll Get
Too thin to be a trusty rope swing and too thick for viable dental floss, spaghetti remains undeniably most effective as a meatball hammock. Savour the culinary kingdom's most comfy comfort dish with today's Groupon to La Grotta on Main in Unionville. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get $25 worth of Italian cuisine and drinks during lunch.
- For $25, you get $50 worth of Italian cuisine and drinks during dinner.
Anchored in the heart of Unionville, this upscale Mediterranean dining room ushers patrons in with the smell of freshly baked bread and homemade pastas. Executive Chef Frank Ruberto lavishes lunch palates with a savoury collection of traditional Italian plates such as mussels marinara ($8.95) and veal parmigiana ($13.95) that can be enjoyed on La Grotta’s alfresco patio. As the sun sets on the pergola-covered veranda, grazers flock to the dining room’s marble fireplaces and intimate eating nooks for a taste of authentic Italian dinner entrees such as the rack of lamb dijonnaise ($32.95) encrusted in mustard and a fine herb panache or the fillet of seabass wrapped in repurposed Roman columns ($31.95).
La Grotta complements its cuisine with a thoughtful wine list. Each variety is appointed with a sugar content designation ranging from very dry (0) to sweet (3), and is available in three different serving sizes (bottles start at $28) including venti. Diners can also warm their windpipes with a selection of martinis, champagnes, and draft beers.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 6 or more. Not valid for price-fixed menus. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About La Grotta on Main
Street festivals are often held on the historic streets outside La Grotta on Main, mirroring the culinary festivities that take place daily inside the restaurant. In the kitchen, chefs deftly prepare house-made pastas and gourmet Mediterranean entrees suitable for both lunch and dinner. As meals unfold, waiters swing down from the dining room's white drapes to pour dozens of red and white wines, including a house sangiovese imported from Italy. La Grotta on Main's culinary wizards can also conjure up meals that accommodate special diets. A faux-stone finish wraps around the eatery's interior walls, where the flickering glow of a fireplace spills across decorative plants and white tablecloths. Outside, a pergola overhangs the outdoor patio as diners feast their hungry eyes on vibrant flora and gently poke nearby trees until they pass the salt.