Pastas and Tapas

Duluth

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Housemade sangria washes down roasted ciabatta infused with garlic, mussels sautéed in wine, and lamb kebabs ornamented with grape tomatoes

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Promotional value expires Dec 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Tapas are smaller than entrees, letting you pretend that you have that disease that makes you a giant. Take tiny bites with this Groupon.

$22 for Four Tapas and Two Glasses of Wine, Sangria, or Beer for Two (up to an $84 Value)

Couples can share four small plates of housemade tapas (up to a $15 value each)—such as serrano ham wrapped around melon, Spanish potato omelets, and fried calamari dunked in aioli—with their choice of wine, housemade sangria, or beer (up to a $12 value per glass). See the full menu.

Pastas and Tapas

It’s hardly a surprise that chef Tony Vitulli’s food embodies his Italian heritage, from housemade pasta sauces to rich and decadent slices of tiramisu. Yet, it’s the tapas that add complexity to his traditional Italian recipes. While living in Spain, Tony married a Spanish woman and fell in love with the country’s signature small plates. The couple then moved to Atlanta, where they opened up their trendy bi-cultural eatery. The kitchen, which Robert Nebel of the Examiner.com applauded for “[concentrating] on quality, rather than quantity,” represents Spain with a range of tapas, such as lamb kebabs and chorizo omelets, and churns out seven types of long and short pastas drenched in 13 sauces—each one made from scratch. Golden-yellow walls and exposed brick encircle a handful of tables set for two inside the cozy space.

Pastas and Tapas

It’s hardly a surprise that chef Tony Vitulli’s food embodies his Italian heritage, from housemade pasta sauces to rich and decadent slices of tiramisu. Yet, it’s the tapas that add complexity to his traditional Italian recipes. While living in Spain, Tony married a Spanish woman and fell in love with the country’s signature small plates. The couple then moved to Atlanta, where they opened up their trendy bi-cultural eatery. The kitchen, which Robert Nebel of the Examiner.com applauded for “[concentrating] on quality, rather than quantity,” represents Spain with a range of tapas, such as lamb kebabs and chorizo omelets, and churns out seven types of long and short pastas drenched in 13 sauces—each one made from scratch. Golden-yellow walls and exposed brick encircle a handful of tables set for two inside the cozy space. Diners can also head to the outdoor patio and enjoy a pitcher of homemade sangria alfresco, which is Italian for “while posing for a mural.”

Customer Reviews

I had a good time, much appreciated.
Maria T. · February 11, 2013
They extended our Groupon when we failed to make a reservation the first time. They were very generous about what "counted" in terms of the Groupon meal. Overall, a very enjoyable evening and a great deal.
Jacqueline K. · January 18, 2013
Great place!! Love the food and the people that work there!!
Korey S. · January 17, 2013
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    Duluth

    9700 Medlock Bridge Rd, Ste 186

    Duluth, GA 30097

    +17704970083

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