Like sunbeams, pasta sauces can warm the stomach, boost the flavor of leafy veggies, and alter the skin color of picnickers. Keep rosy hues on the tongue this Groupon.
Choose Between Three Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian cuisine for lunch
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian cuisine for dinner for two people; must purchase two entrees
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian cuisine for dinner, for tables of four or more
Dinner and lunch menus contain pasta entrees such as shrimp and linguine primavera ($19.95 for dinner; $16.95 for lunch) and asiago-stuffed gnocchi ($14.95 for dinner; $12.95 for lunch), as well as heartier dishes such as chicken marsala ($15.95 for dinner; $12.95 for lunch) and veal picatta ($19.95 for dinner; $15.95 for lunch). Lunch ends at 3 p.m.
Tutto Italiano Ristorante
Exposed wooden beams arc elegantly over Tutto Italiano Ristorante's converted-train-car dining room, which sits affixed to an eatery where patrons feast on Italian lunch and dinner staples amid starched tablecloths. More than a dozen hearty pasta dishes, such as fluffy ravioli in a creamy pesto sauce, share menu space with savory entrees such as chicken marsala tinged with sweet wine sauce, which disappears into mouths faster than a love note addressed to someone who unexpectedly enters the room. Patrons seated inside the stationary locomotive swish potables from a large wine list as they envision the old-timey transcontinental treks illustrated in a nearby mural. Hardwood floors and cobalt hues border the bar and rosy chairs and salmon walls lined with wine bottles reign over the main dining room like a king on stilts.
82% of 520 customers recommend
“Try the Linguini Marechiaro. So good.”
“We were seated at a train car like place. It was a special experience. We all like it. Food is good. Service is good too.”
“We shared 4 dishes family style. The big hit was Rigatoni Paesano, but also loved the Chicken Saltimbuca special and the Veal Caprise special. The steak Rissoto...”
“We shared 4 dishes family style. The big hit was Rigatoni Paesano, but also loved the Chicken Saltimbuca special and the Veal Caprise special. The steak Rissoto special was good, but not at the same level as the others. Don't forget to try the Tiramasu. Service was excellent and the atmosphere charming”