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: for $15, you get $30 worth of Italian fare and drinks. Choose between the following locations:
Both restaurants serve the same menu.
The epicurean experts behind this restaurant duo dish out a menu of Southern Italian eats, featuring sauces made from scratch and entrees designed around a plethora of meats, seafood, and vegetables. Italian treks begin with appetite-igniting antipasto, such as the seafood dip, a creamy comingling of lobster, shrimp, and cream cheese transported on toasted-pita mouth trams ($8.49). Drop lucky pennies into classical fonts of zuppa cippole soup, a rich, oniony concoction covered with provolone cheese and toast rounds then baked to a golden brown ($4.99).
Diners can experience Southern Italy with a selection of traditional entrees. Steer sausage speeding into a tooth-lined horizon with sausage-and-artichoke risotto ($16.99), or feast on the Tuscan baked-and-breaded eggplant the same color as its native sunsets ($14.99). Like twins, crab-stuffed tilapia offers a two-part payoff for one decision ($18.99). The menu gets eclectic with a selection of handtossed specialty pizzas, such as the pollo alfredo, covered with grilled chicken, roma tomatoes, and alfredo sauce, transferring toppings traditionally reserved for noodles to crusty competitors ($15.99 for a 15"). Other pie varieties include grilled-steak gorgonzola flanked by mushrooms and onions, and a selection of toppings to personalize your very own slice of Italy.
As of July 1, 2011, Perazelli's is closing. Customers who bought the Perazelli's Groupon may now redeem at Ciao! Bella.
- All I know is the food is really fresh and really authentic @ right prices. You don't have to go to the big city for Italian done right. – Brad B., Perazelli's, Insider Pages
- What a great spot for a date night! The ambiance of this restaurant just oozes romance and I love it. Dim lighting, quaint decor and delicious Italian food make this place a winner in my book. – Stephanie M., Ciao! Bella, Yelp, 2/27/09