Salerno's Restaurant

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Family recipes create generous portions of house-made meatballs, spicy italian sausage, oven-fresh pizzas & succulent marinated meats

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Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Not valid for specials or senior discount. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Eating Italian cuisine was once considered exotic, but is now a mainstay of American culture, much like digging your own backyard Grand Canyon. Dig in with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Italian Fare

Diners feast from a menu of family recipes, including Bridgelune, a Sicilian dish of tenderized steak rolled in cheese and spinach ($17.95), pecan-breaded red snapper ($17.95), spaghetti with house-made meatballs or spicy italian sausage ($8.95), and veal saltimbocca in a rich mushroom sauce ($20.95).

Salerno’s Restaurant

Michael Salerno celebrates the rich flavors of Italian food with recipes culled from the books of his beloved grandmother, Carmela, using never-frozen ingredients to create delicious steaks, seafood dishes, pastas, and salads. His restaurant’s softly lit dining space recalls a family dining room, replete with flowery wallpaper, old framed photographs, and relatives who don’t remember how old you are. Diners gather at the main rooms’ tables or in high-backed booths for generous helpings of pasta, which bear ladlefuls of thick, savory sauce and juicy house-made meatballs, or break bread in the spacious banquet hall.

Salerno’s Italian Restaurant

Michael Salerno celebrates the rich flavors of Italian food with recipes culled from the books of his beloved grandmother, Carmela, using never-frozen ingredients to create delicious steaks, seafood dishes, pastas, and salads. His restaurant’s softly lit dining space recalls a family dining room, replete with flowery wallpaper, old framed photographs, and relatives who don’t remember how old you are. Diners gather at the main rooms’ tables or in high-backed booths for generous helpings of pasta, which bear ladlefuls of thick, savory sauce and juicy house-made meatballs, or break bread in the spacious banquet hall.

Customer Reviews

We were thrilled to discover this gem in Flower Mound! Adolfo is a great waiter. The garlic bread was fabulous and the house salad dressing is phenomenal. We will definitely be going back!
Wendy W. · September 2, 2012
Food is delicious service is great!!
Marian K. · August 30, 2012
Thank you!
Stephanie H. · August 29, 2012

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