Contrary to popular belief, when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's a lawsuit. Enjoy Italian cuisine without fear of physical reprisal with this Groupon.
$20 for $45 Worth of Italian Cuisine
The extensive menu includes gourmet pizzas and more than 10 pastas, such as pesto-slathered gnocchi ($17.95), spinach ravioli ($17.95), and hand-rolled lasagna layering minced veal, ricotta, mascarpone, and béchamel sauce. A grilled fillet of tuna ($22.95) and a 12-ounce new york strip steak ($26.95) offer noodleless alternatives. Guests can conclude feasts with a tiramisu that's soaked in espresso and layered with mascarpone mousse ($7.95).
Tuscana West's chefs handcraft pastas, gourmet pizzas, and hearty Italian entrees within an open-air kitchen. The in-house baker focuses his expertise on preparing fresh focaccia bread to round out lunches and dinners, as well as on layering the eatery's immensely popular tiramisu with ladyfinger cookies, espresso-soaked sponge cake, and mascarpone mousse.
The main dining area is accented with rustic decor, bucolic murals, and soft lighting, cultivating a relaxed ambiance for family gatherings, work outings, and romantic Yahtzee games. Guests can also dine within the spacious bar area, which boasts granite and mahogany accents, flat-screen TVs, and a piano that fills the elegant eatery's soundscape with live music on certain evenings. Once monthly, a group of local singers entertains guests and encourages joyful weeping into pasta bowls with an evening of live opera.
82% of 644 customers recommend
“Our dinner was fabulous - everything from the food, to our service, to the live pianist, and the beautiful ambiance. I will definitely be coming back and will...”
“Our dinner was fabulous - everything from the food, to our service, to the live pianist, and the beautiful ambiance. I will definitely be coming back and will recommend to friends! Thank you Groupon, for this great introduction. ”
“Tuscana West's food is delicious, and the service is very good. ”
“It's easy enough to tell doneness of a steak with a meat thermometer. Maybe the cooks should use one.”
1350 I St. NW
Washington, DC 20005