The best way to capture a wild, rampaging meal is to rope it with a gigantic pasta lasso. Test your pasta-throwin' arm with today's packaged-for-Groupon Groupon. For $25, you get a family-style meal that serves two to four people from Meatballz Italian Deli, which has four convenient Phoenix-area locations and three more on the way. This Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
After Meatballz's inviting, family-friendly atmosphere welcomes visitors like a cushy mozzarella mattress in a sea of marinara sauce, patrons can fork-dive into a steamy, family-style meal that feeds either four family members, two voracious people (leaving plenty of leftovers), or one hulking minotaur-man. The meal includes garden salad, garlic knot rolls, dessert (cannolis, brownies, or crème-stuffed brownies), and an entree. For the entree, customers can choose from several delectable specialties, including saucy spaghetti or penne with meatballs, chicken, eggplant or sausage, stuffed shells, cheese and spinach rigatoni, or manicotti that will strike fear in the belly of any appetite.
Founded in 2004, Meatballz is fueled by the culinary passion of founders Peter Trunzo and Robert Vallillo, as well as wheelbarrows of tomato sauce and a shared belief that quality dining doesn’t have to entail long waits, overpriced menus, and mustachioed sommeliers hawking wines at the cost of a timeshare in Mallorca. Meatballz prides itself on combining sophisticated Italian flavors and simple, affordable, hearty fare with simultaneously speedy and quality service, much like Mario Andretti delivering pizzas at the Indianapolis 500. Currently Meatballz is open for business at its Camelback, Chandler Fashion, Deer Valley, and Peoria locations. The Paradise Valley restaurant will be open in about a week or two, and Chandler Casa Paloma and Desert Ridge will follow shortly after. All locations are or will be valid for redemption.
Seventy-eight percent of 65 Urbanspooners recommended the Meatballz franchise.
- The food is terrific, fresh, and well complimented by the staff, who are constantly checking in to make sure everything is just right. No matter how busy, the owners are always out greeting the customers and making sure every little detail is taken care of. – jankyouverymuch, Urbanspoon