The proper way to eat spaghetti is to twirl it around your fork, set that fork aside, get another fork, twirl spaghetti around that fork, and then keep doing that until all the spaghetti is on forks. Fill up on Italian fare with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Italian Food and Drinks
The menu includes steamed Prince Edward Island mussels ($9.95), ricotta gnocchi ($18.95), spaghetti frutti di mare ($24.95), braised pork shank ($24.95) and pan-seared sea scallops ($32.95).
RosaLuca’s owners Jill and Carmine Castaldo have shared a love of great food—and each other—since they first met at the Culinary Institute of America in the late '80s. Since then, their relationship and culinary careers have flourished, resulting in a full-service catering operation that led to the opening of RosaLuca’s Italian bistro. The eatery, named in honor of Carmine’s parents, Rosa and Luca, features a menu that changes with the seasons, like what’s on the TV—in the spring it’s a DVD player, but in the fall it’s a DVD player inside a pumpkin. This dynamic culinary slate highlights the freshest available ingredients culled from the market or handpicked from the restaurant’s own 12 acres of gardens and greenhouses. In addition to romantic bistro dining—RosaLuca's was voted one of The Star-Ledger's top ten romantic dining spots in 2007—the couple extends the reach of their core operation with extensive catering options.
93% of 377 customers recommend
“Def try something from their seasonal 'specials' menu. And try to pair with it with one of their Italian wines, not only because the palatte and flavor profiles will...”
“Def try something from their seasonal 'specials' menu. And try to pair with it with one of their Italian wines, not only because the palatte and flavor profiles will complement each other, but also because most of the ones from California are average at best...”
“Go with an appetite, delicious fresh food!”
“Best Restaurant I've ever been to. The food was out of this world and the people that work there are so nice. Will return for sure”