Although Italians originally invented pasta as a fastener to keep Sicily from floating away, they abandoned it for less delicious moorings after locals on both sides kept snacking their way toward separation. Tether your taste buds with today’s Groupon to Tuscany Ristorante in Bridgeport. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Italian fare and drinks during dinner on Friday–Sunday.
- For $20, you get $40 worth of Italian fare and drinks during dinner on Tuesday–Thursday.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Italian fare and drinks during lunch.<p>
The chefs at the casually upscale Tuscany Ristorante fork over authentic Italian cuisine by the aromatic bowlful, including prime dry-aged steaks and decadent house-made desserts. The restaurant’s dinner menu delivers a refreshingly traditional selection of meats, including the petti di pollo con asparagi e gorgonzla—tender chicken breast sautéed with a medley of asparagus, white wine, and gorgonzola cheese ($22.95). Pasta and risotto entrees showcase carb sculptures fit for a European museum, such as the rich rigatoni Boccelli ($17.95), which, like most marble statues, comes doused in pancetta and light vodka sauce. The lunch menu manifests simpler offerings, such as paninis filled with sausage, onions, and peppers ($13.95), and creative creations, such as ravioli stuffed with lobster meat in a brandy-cream sauce ($17.95). Like a florescent lobster bib, a selection from Tuscany Ristorante’s wine list pairs well with any cuisine.
Crisp, white linens and rich hardwood floors infuse Tuscany Ristorante with a casual elegance to match its classic, flavorful fare. Sweeping country landscapes pepper the bright-yellow walls, evoking summers spent under the Tuscan sun sipping wine and dancing the tarantella until the INS showed up.
Upon entering Tuscany Ristorante, guests are greeted by the sweeping country landscapes that pepper the bright-yellow walls, evoking summers spent under the Tuscan sun, sipping wine and dancing the tarantella until the INS showed up. The warm interiors paired with crisp white linens and hardwood floors infuse the restaurant with a casual elegance to match its classic, flavorful fare. The chefs whip up rich Tuscan dishes, including hearty pasta; prime, dry-aged steaks; and decadent housemade desserts. Pasta and risotto entrees showcase carb sculptures such as the rich rigatoni boccelli, which, like any marble statue, comes doused in pancetta and light vodka sauce. As guests dine, they can indulge in a bottle of wine plucked from the floor-to-ceiling wine rack that lines the walls with rustic wood planks and elegantly displays hundreds of bottles.
Brooklawn - St. Vincent
1084 Madison Ave.
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06606