Italy has given us legendary works of art, from the evocative paintings of Caravaggio and da Vinci to the miniature meat sculptures of Boyardee. Admire edible Italian masterpieces with today’s Groupon to Roma Deli & Restaurant, valid at both its Las Vegas locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get dinner for two (up to a $40.98 total value) that includes the following:
- Two entrees (up to a $27.98 value)
- Two glasses of house wine (a $13 value)
- For $9, you get two sandwiches or salads during lunch (up to a $19.98 total value).<p>
The esculent artists at Roma Deli & Restaurant draw upon fresh ingredients, freshly baked bread, and house-made sausages to fill plates with a menu of dishes made from time-tested recipes. Nestled in the cozy café, beneath a colorful Mediterranean mural and stuffed trophy eggplants, duets of diners synchronize fork-twirls of fettuccine primavera stocked with fresh, seasonal vegetables or bites of pillowy gnocchi cloaked in pesto sauce. Wind up jaws before letting meat masticators loose on entrees of center-cut pork chops milanese or the saltinbocca di pollo—a tender breast of chicken in prosciutto and white-wine sauce. Swirl, sip and complement bites with included glasses of Roma’s house wines, available in a variety of red and white persuasions from chardonnay to chianti.
As the sun moves past awnings in the colors of the Italian flag, midday diners feast on a stacked italian sub with thinly sliced layers of five cured meats crowned with provolone, veggies, and oil and vinegar. Hot sandwiches parade options stuffed with eggplant parmigiana and meatballs like a sleepy Caesar, and greek salads let feta, artichokes, roasted peppers, and olives grave on a verdant field.
Roma Deli & Restaurant
Roma Deli & Restaurant distills the flavors of Italy into its menu and its stores' shelves, which overflow with Old World--style pastas, sauces, and wines. As owner Giuseppe Consarino told the Las Vegas Review Journal in 2010, "a lot of people claim [to use] Grandma's recipes. We have our own grandma in the kitchen." He went on to describe the deli's passion for Italian culinary traditions, such as making sausages and mozzarella in-house and seeking out freshly baked loaves of bread. These ingredients lend rustic flavors to the assortment of hearty sandwiches, sauce-glazed pastas, and prosciutto-topped entrees on the menu.
Roma Deli & Restaurant's decor pays similar homage to Italian culture. A striped awning crowns the deli counter, and the walls sport Old World touches, such as vintage advertisements for Italian wines and a painted mural that commemorates the invention of Rome's first food blog.