Pasta's many shapes facilitate various functions: penne can trap an ample amount of sauce, and fettuccini's length enables it to hitch rides by lassoing passing forks. Learn the benefits of culinary diversity with today's Groupon: for $24, you get $50 worth of traditional Italian dinner fare at Tre Vigne Restaurant in Vaughan.
Tre Vigne Restaurant's chefs pique palate attention with a menu of traditional Italian fare crafted with fresh ingredients. Diners can mine through the foundations of a grilled vegetable tower to excavate its lode of crumbled goat cheese ($9) before moving onto agnolotti Tre Vigne—cheese-filled pasta draped in peas, mushrooms, and alfredo sauce ($19). Chefs best swordfish in rapier duels before sautéeing them and placing them atop a bed of penne, spinach, and mushrooms tossed in garlic olive oil sauce ($22). Plates of grilled french-cut lamb chops and sausages drizzled in olive oil ($24) conquer appetites. Diners indulge while surrounded by rustic wooden wine racks and murals of pastoral Italian landscapes that depict Leonardo da Vinci's invention of the company picnic.
Tre Vigne Restaurant
Open for lunch on weekdays and dinner on Saturday evenings, Tre Vigne Restaurant offers a menu that traverses Italy’s culinary regions with housemade soups, salads, seafood, meats, and pastas. For more than 15 years, the restaurant’s chefs have been plating fresh daily specials and the fruits of the earth and sea for occasions from dinner to birthday and anniversary celebrations. A private dining area also offers an enclosed space where kids can proudly get their cheeks pinched away from the public eye. Tre Vigne also provides catering should customers require the restaurant’s succulent grilled lamb, tender cuts of veal, or whole-wheat pasta for on-location events.
7-7800 Jane St.
Vaughan, Ontario L4K 4R6