Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with this Groupon.
$20 for $40 Worth of Italian Dinner and Drinks
Specialties include hand-formed garlic and herb flatbread pizzas ($10+), spaghetti with housemade pecorino meatballs ($18), and braised pork shank ($22). Finish your dining experience with a signature lemon cheesecake ($8), or a créme brulee ($8). See the full dinner menu here.
NIcolino’s Italian lounge is open from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Lounge is closed Sundays and Mondays.
Chef Anthony takes a “simple French” approach to cooking at Nicolino’s Italian. Rather than toil away following complicated recipes, he relies on simple, Old-World techniques and fresh ingredients to prepare the restaurant’s seasonal menus. Many of his specialties evoke the earthy flavors of the Italian countryside—hand-formed meatballs laced with pecorino, pan-seared sole in a brown-butter sauce, and wild-mushroom risotto drizzled in truffle oil. An in-house wine steward curates an extensive wine list, standing by to recommend pairings.
Chef Anthony is also an avid photographer, decorating the restaurant’s walls with his shots of nature, cityscapes, food, and postmodern pictures of walls. The festooned eatery, which is located inside the Wyndham Indianapolis West Hotel.
69% of 42 customers recommend
“great place for good food and drink with good conversation.”
“Even though neither the company website nor the Groupon States the buffet lunch is only available Mon - Fri, it is only available Mon - Fri. They were OK with...”
“Even though neither the company website nor the Groupon States the buffet lunch is only available Mon - Fri, it is only available Mon - Fri. They were OK with giving us double the price paid for Groupon to put towards our lunch we ordered from the regular menu, which was alright. ”
“Absolutely awesome experience! The food was delicious and the service was excellent. I will definitely be back and will recommend this place to friends.”