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.”