Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian cuisine and drinks
- $10 for $20 worth of Sunday breakfast
- $50 for $100 worth of Italian cuisine for catering
Sea scallops with risotto ($22), chicken parmigiana ($16), and gnocchi ($17) adorn the full dinner menu. The Sunday breakfast menu, served from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., includes strawberry crepes ($5.95) and tuscan steak and eggs ($10.95). Catering options include half and full trays of pastas ($35+), salads ($20+), and entrees ($35+).
Sophia’s Tuscan Grille
Christopher Palios, executive chef and owner of Sophia’s Tuscan Grille, inherited his cooking skills from his Sicilian grandmother, with whom he worked side-by-side as a child constructing traditional Italian dishes. Palios went on to refine his techniques by attending culinary school, traveling to the Caribbean and northern Italy, and working in the kitchens of celebrity chefs Emeril Lagasse and Todd English. Palios uses high-quality ingredients to create innovative dishes that reflect the Tuscan countryside.
Personal touches go into the savory entrees, as seen by the hand-stretched peasant-style grilled flatbreads and the handcrafted nuggets of spinach and ricotta gnocchi. Black n’ blue mussels—simmered with crisp pancetta, gorgonzola, and chives—and linguine with clams pair with diners’ libations toted from home under the restaurant's BYOB policy. House-made desserts round out meals with creamy bites of wild-strawberry spumoni as refreshing as a nap in the produce aisle. To bring the Tuscan experience to their own kitchens, diners may take a cooking class.
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