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What You'll Get
The Italian opera presents passionately sung tales of tragic situations, such as two men falling in love with the same woman or two men being left with only one cannoli. Get inspired by Italian cuisine with today’s Groupon to Ristorante Pavarotti in Reading. Choose between the following options:
For $39, you get a two-course dinner for two (up to an $80.95 value), which includes:
- Any one appetizer (up to a $12.95 value)
- Any two entrees (up to a $34 value each, including house specials)
For $69, you get a two-course dinner for four (up to a $161.90 value), which includes:
- Any two appetizers (up to a $12.95 value each)
- Any four entrees (up to a $34 value each, including house specials)
The chefs of Ristorante Pavarotti navigate upscale epicurean territory with a menu of traditional Italian dishes, fresh seafood, and a rotation of savory house specials. Baby octopi curl their tentacles around capers and kalamata olives, and sea scallops relax in rich brandy sauce. Dazzle dining companions with a house special of lobster fettuccini draped in saffron-cream sauce or a rousing duel between fork and swordfish. Lemony Puccini veal or chicken steals artichoke hearts with the old-fashioned romance of a wink and a bouquet of asparagus. Dramatic drapes open onto ceiling-high windows that display a charming streetscape at night, and bottles of wine march neatly across wall shelves between gold-framed oil paintings.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Must choose from menu. Not valid holidays, including 11/24/11, 12/24/11, 12/31/11, 1/1/12, and 2/14/12. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Ristorante Pavarotti
Honey-hued drapes span wall-to-wall windows. Polished silverware glimmers in the glow from dangling strings of lights and tiny wall sconces. Ristorante Pavarotti's Italian-born owner, Massimo, knows that little touches like this make a huge difference, whether you’re decorating a restaurant to create romantic ambiance or crafting authentic Italian cuisine. White tablecloths warm beneath veal and fresh seafood in red- and white-wine reductions, and other traditional dishes on the menu ramp up with gourmet ingredients such as artichokes, truffle oil, and pecorino cheese. Between bites of homemade fusilli or lobster and crab ravioli, guests can ask a server to suggest a bottle of wine to transport their senses to Italy, or a genie in a bottle to transport their physical bodies there.