The sudden onset of hunger pains is the leading cause of unfinished novels, canceled duels, and tied soccer matches. Today’s Groupon employs delicious Italian cuisine to cut down on unfinished business at Olives Italian Market. Choose between the following options:
- For $13, you get a panini meal for two (up to a $26.38 total value).
- For $26, you get a panini meal for four (up to a $52.76 total value).
Each meal includes: * Panini sandwiches with a side of pasta salad (up to $7.95 each) * Tea ($1.99 each) * Gelato ($3.25 each)
The sandwich crafters at Olives Italian Market stuff [paninis](http://olivesitalianmarket.com/id1.html) with fresh ingredients from the shop's authentic Italian grocery, then scoop handmade gelato to sweetly end meals. Nine authentic sandwiches include options such as the muffaletta—stacks of salami, ham, and prosciutto bookended with provolone and olive relish—and the well-sauced pizza sandwich, which recalls the flavors of a pepperoni and meatball slice. The tuna and artichokes sandwich rides a raft of fresh croissant bread, and the caprese panini's powerhouse trio of tomato, mozzarella, and basil fight crimes of inauthenticity from a rustic ciabatta headquarters. Sandwiches come with tea and a side of pasta salad, as well as a sweet finish of homemade gelato, available in several flavors. Owned by Benny and Sandy Fontana and staffed by [family](http://olivesitalianmarket.com/id7.html), Olives also stocks shelves with fine Italian imports. Groupon customers can enjoy 10% off [market items](http://olivesitalianmarket.com/id3.html) the day of their meal, stocking up on all the necessary ingredients for making a salami bust of the most famous Italian-American, Dennis Rodman.
Olives Italian Market
The brainchild of Benny and Sandy Fontana, Olives Italian Market evokes an Old World corner market with dishes hewn from simple family recipes and hard-to-find Italian imported edibles. Panini makers layer imported Italian meats and cheeses atop fresh, rustic breads baked in-house to forge sandwiches, and creamy house-made gelato cools tongues steamy from java brewed from house-roasted coffee beans. The family-run shop also stocks a market of Italian ingredients, including extra-virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegars, capers, pasta, and anchovies that patrons can use to create mouthwatering meals that inspire jealousy in cans of Chef Boyardee.:m]]
Downtown New Braunfels
215 S Seguin Ave.
New Braunfels, Texas 78130Get Directions