What You'll Get
A pasta's shape serves a unique culinary purpose—shells can be stuffed with fillings, tubes drink in sauces, and bowties accessorize fork tines. Partake in a starch sampler with this Groupon.
$45 for Three-Course Italian Dinner for Two (a $91 Value)
Diners choose a starter worth up to $15, which includes options such as an antipasto platter ($15) of traditional Italian meats and cheeses or Buffalo mozzarella ($12.50) served with roasted peppers. Entrees include pasta dishes, such as potato gnocchi ($16) with garlic and basil or meat dishes, including chicken breast with fresh spinach and mozzarella ($20). The dessert menu features Italian staples such as tiramisu ($6) and cannoli ($6.50).
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This deal is not valid for the Linguine allo Scoglio, Cappe Sante alla Griglia, and Canestrelli con Shitake entrees.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 4 or more. Dine-in only. Not Valid Until 6/5/2012. Valid for dinner only. Not valid on holidays or in combination with Wednesday Night 1/2 Price Wine. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About La Tavola Ristorante Italiano
Chef Carlo Vignotto's love of cooking began simmering during his childhood, as he worked at his family's Venice restaurant, before rising to a rolling boil as he earned a culinary degree and studied under some of Italy's master chefs. Now owner and executive chef of La Tavola Ristorante Italiano, he demonstrates his passion for the culinary arts with made-from-scratch pastas and Italian dishes crafted from fresh, high-quality ingredients. "La Tavola's strongest suit is its lineup of pasta dishes, a few of which can compete for top ranking in or out of the neighborhood," reads the Baltimore Sun, its pages flecked with cream sauce and ground truffles. Seafood, chicken, and veal courses also appear on the menu and Chef Carlo can oft times be seen preparing them as a special guest on the news.