All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
· October 9, 2016
· October 2, 2016
· October 2, 2016
What You'll Get
The best way to capture a wild, rampaging meal is to hook it with a gigantic pasta lasso. Test your throwin' arm with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of boisterous Italian fare at Spaghetti Eddie's. This deal is good at either its Glendora or Rancho Cucamonga location (prices and menus vary by location) and must be redeemed within four months.
Eddie's meals are always hearty; even a light lunch, such as Italian wedding soup with baby meatballs, escarole, and orzo pasta ($6.50–$7 for a bowl), is satisfying. Dinner, however, is when Eddie's cuisine really shows its herbed, spiced, and sauced specialness. Garlic puffs of crusty, oil-laced bread ($4) whet appetites, while cappellini rustica pasta with yellow and red tomatoes, asparagus, and rosemary potatoes in angel hair ($12) puts down a wall to keep hunger out. Eddie's pork chop bellagio comes drizzled with apple-shallot port wine sauce and saddled with garlic mashed potatoes ($15–$17), and the gnocci (available at the Glendora eatery) comes in either basil-pomodoro sauce ($10.99) or bolognese sauce ($12.50).
Eddie's liquid libations are diverse; try a limoncello mojito with Bacardi Limon or a bottle of wine ($12–$85). When confection cravings accost you at your table, taze them with a chocolate-dipped canoli ($4). Eddie encourages a convivial, family-centered atmosphere; both restaurants are comfortable, down-to-earth spots with top-notch service.
- It's easy to see why Spaghetti Eddie's in Rancho Cucamonga is so popular — the food is good, prices are reasonable and the ambiance is charming. – Betts Griffone, Inland Living
- Every once in a while, I come across a homey "Mom and Pop" type restaurant, and it happened again last month...Now I recommend that YOU try Spaghetti Eddie’s ---you will not be disappointed. – Inland Empire Business Journal
- Spaghetti Eddie's has top-notch Italian food. – Richard W., Yelp
- Their Italian sauage [sic] is just like my mother still make [sic]...Very good. – Glendorite, Citysearch
- This is one place you can rely on good food and great service. I love the feeling of being at mom's house for dinner. I recommend their Sunday brunch. It is the best in town. – Shell-Shell, Yahoo Local
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 20, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. May purchase additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 for tables of 5 or more. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Eddie's Pizzeria & Eatery
Eddie's Pizzeria & Eatery answers an ancient culinary dilemma: do we go out for pizza or stay in for Mom's meatloaf? Serving New World fare, the restaurant satisfies cravings in a single sweep. Even its pizzas champion this culinary marriage—New York–style pies arrive speckled with traditional toppings as well as premium options, such as rosemary ham. Yet, despite such culinary fusion, the pies never lose sight of their roots. Margherita pizza recalls the dish’s Italian heritage, whereas a 10-inch gourmet Bada Bing represents pizza’s modern stomping grounds with sausage, gorgonzola, and a mini “I Heart NY” shirt.
The menu also explores a large landscape of pasta entrees, from four-cheese ravioli to penne sautéed with chicken and mushrooms in a tomato-cream sauce. Meatier plates continue to span continents, with perennial favorite chicken parmesan prepped near Meatloaf Italiano, St. Louis ribs, and handcrafted Angus burgers. As patrons strip tangy wings bare, they can watch the venue's eight televisions, two of which boast 70-inch HD screens.