The spaghetti-Western film genre is noted for its good use of extreme close-ups, its bad use of tomato sauce during gunfights, and its ugly use of Clint Eastwood’s puppetry skills. Get a fistful of Western-less spaghetti with today’s Groupon to Moji Italian Bistro. Choose from the following options:
Moji Italian Bistro cultivates an intimate milieu into which it dishes up well-prepared Italian eats for lunch and dinner guests. Dinner guests get cozy under candlelight in plush leather chairs and booths while Moji's nimble wait staff emerges from the kitchen with liberally portioned entrees, pastas, appetizers, and salads. Celebrate the esteemed tradition of stuffing food with more food by carving into the lobster fazzoletti, a rose-sauced medley of ricotta, rustic raviolis, and Italian herbs ($22). Guests can also go fork-first into the Black Angus bliss of Moji's filet mignon ($38), bathed in a Oporto demi glace and accompanied by seasonal vegetables.
Diners who sidle up to Moji's elegant white tableclothed tables for lunch are met with a lineup of traditional Italian flavours with pastas that include the marinara-and-provolone-decked spinach manicotti ($10) and the penne gamberi ($12), which slings black tiger shrimp into a festival of artichokes and pine nuts doused with a pesto cream sauce. Vegetarians can rendezvous with hearty salads such as the toasted pumpkin seed-sprinkled cold spinach salad ($10) and the roasted honey-apple salad ($10), which invites walnuts and caramelized shallots to double date with organic baby lettuce and honey vinaigrette.