People like to claim that their craniums are full of witty retorts and poetic imagery, but when examined in cross section, the majority of minds look like spaghetti Bolognese. Give in to your brain's most earnest desires with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of impeccably prepared pastas, sandwiches, soups, salads, and more at Lucchesi's Ravioli & Pasta Company. With this Groupon you can either order a dinner spread to go or indulge in the Italian delights from the comforts of Lucchesi's dining room.
Traditional family-style feasts have been flying from the kitchen of Lucchesi's Ravioli & Pasta Company to the tables of hungry homes for more than 100 years. The expansive menu of cozy carryout cuisine offers something savory for nearly every breed of belly, including homemade soups and salads ($2.59–$7.69), Italian-style sandwiches ($7.49–$7.69), deli sandwiches ($6.99–$7.69), classic pastas and entrees ($3.99–$9.99), and take 'n' bake pizzas ($8.99–$13.99).
Toasty closed-faced creations such as the Italian Tuscan panini ($7.49) with grilled chicken breast, fresh mozzarella, artichokes, sundried tomato aioli, and homemade basil pesto make for gourmet summer picnics, while ready-made favorites such as chicken parmesan ($8.59) and veggie lasagna ($7.99) provide great busy-weeknight companionship in front of Netflix. Family-sized specialty pizzas ($10.99–$13.99) help keep the whole clan well-fed without requiring you to spend hours in the kitchen convincing your oven to spring forth a pie from its toasty jowls. After you peruse Lucchesi's long list of grabbable grub, call ahead to place an order for carryout, or just swing by for a relaxing night at the restaurant.
- we settled on the Italian Tuscan panini featuring a tender slab of grilled chicken breast topped with chopped artichoke hearts and fresh mozzarella cheese on a crusty ciabatta roll. When those ingredients are laced with sun-dried tomato aioli and basil pesto, you've got an exceptional sandwich. – Christine Arpe Gang, GoMemphis.com
- I love this place. If you go, you must try their roast beef gorgonzola panini. It is christmas morning in your mouth! – Brad Martin, Urbanspoon