Robert Frost could have used a guide when he decided to take the road less traveled, as he discovered only too late that it was a gully carved to redirect flowing lava. Stay on the right path with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $32 for a cave tour with appetizers and wines for two (a $58.97 value)
- $64 for a cave tour with appetizers and wines for four (a $117.94 value)
Please call for additional tour times for Summer tours.
Each visitor receives three 3-ounce samples of different wines and split plates of meats, fruits, and cheeses. The tour of the cave lasts about 30 minutes and covers the purposes and construction of the caves, as well as how they’ve influence Stillwater’s history since the 1860s.
The youngest of nine children, Luna Rossa’s owner and chef, Raffaele Virgillo, grew up at his mother’s side, studying her every move as she cooked in the kitchen of their small cottage in southern Italy. Emigrating to the United States in the 1970s, Virgillo put the culinary skills and magical Italian incantations he learned from his mother to use here in the States. He settled in the Twin Cities, where he cooked his way through four restaurants before opening the original Buona Sera, and eventually, Luna Rossa. There, he works alongside his daughter, Anna, son-in-law, Jesse, and grandson, Vinny, and granddaughter Gigi serving a menu of Italian-inspired cuisine within a rustic eatery near Stillwater’s historic limestone caves.