The proper way to eat spaghetti is to twirl it around your fork, set that fork aside, get another fork, twirl spaghetti around that fork, and then keep doing that until all the spaghetti is on forks. Fill up on Italian fare with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian food and drinks
- $50 for $100 worth of catering services
The dinner menu starts with appetizers such as polenta with wild mushrooms ($9.50) and sautéed baby artichokes ($10.50). Pastas include fusilli with homemade pesto ($14) and homemade gnocchi ($15), and entrees range from veal scaloppini ($21) to eggplant parmesan ($15).
The restaurant also offers catering services. Appetizers start at $45 (serves 8–10), pastas start at $50 (serves 8–10), and entrees start at $8 per person (10 person minimum).
Home-style Italian dishes draw visitors to Vittorio’s Trattoria, formerly known as Villa Capri 2, where chefs make the restaurant’s cheese ravioli and gnocchi by hand each day. Diners can pair these selections with one of more than 20 wines, which are available by the glass, the bottle, or the cupped hand of your dining companion. The smell of Italian delicacies permeates through a dining room that resembles a Tuscan villa, with faux wrought-iron balconies, terra-cotta-colored walls, and stone archways, and additional color pops up on "Chianti & Color" painting nights.
What some people are buzzing about:
94% of 499 customers recommend
“Their lasagna is wonderful. The pasta is thin and light and you can really appreciate the mild tomato sauce. The best deal is a family deal in which you choose...”
“Their lasagna is wonderful. The pasta is thin and light and you can really appreciate the mild tomato sauce. The best deal is a family deal in which you choose between 4 pastas and get garlic bread and a huge caesar salad, enough to feed 4 people, for 25 bucks. Everything was wonderful, great service, food came quickly. What more could you ask for.”
“Great place for kids”