What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for $50 toward fresh seafood and Italian fare
- $50 for $100 toward fresh seafood and Italian fare
- $62 for a four-course dinner for two (up to $113.70 total value)
The four-course meal includes:
- Salad (up to $4.95 value)
- Appetizer (up to $13.95 value)
- Entree (up to $29.95 value)
- Dessert (up to $8 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Valid only Monday through Thursday. Must be 21+ with valid ID to consume alcohol. May buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Not valid for early bird menu. Not valid on federal holidays; Not valid on Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, Valentines Day, and Mother's Day. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sergio's Steak and Seafood
After growing up in the Basilicata region of southern Italy and training in fine Florentine restaurants, Sergio Mirabelli exported his culinary talents to America. A year later, in 1995, he and his wife, Francesca, opened their first eatery on Oakland's restaurant row. Sergio's Steak and Seafood is the Mirabelli family's latest dining establishment—another outlet for the traditional cuisine of Sergio’s childhood. “My family were hunters and we know how to cook game," Mirabelli told Art Garcia of the Folsom Telegraph. He and his Sicilian chef prove this daily by crafting specials built around wild game and fresh seafood in addition to housemade pasta and sauces.
Mirabelli and his wife typically roam the restaurant, greeting guests at the door and making people feel at home; Francesca has even started offering cooking classes where students can learn how to bake biscotti. And their gregarious personalities have won over customers and critics alike. The cozy eatery was ranked the No. 1 Folsom restaurant on TripAdvisor, and Mirabelli has appeared several times on CW 31 Good Day Sacramento's Dishin' With Tina. Even Sacramento magazine got in on the action, hailing the restaurant's "generous portions of lusty food" and old-style Italian ambiance, which is created in part by tapestries depicting scenic, Mediterranean-like landscapes, and in part by analysts predicting the fall of the Roman Empire.