What You'll Get
Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with today's Groupon to Villa Verde Café in Spring Hill. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of Italian cuisine.
- For $28, you get $60 worth of Italian cuisine.
Born and raised in Napoli, chef Rosario Fierro of Villa Verde Café captains a menu of fresh, authentic Italian fare in a family-friendly atmosphere. Appetizers of deep-fried calamari delight a table full of friends ($8.95) before a hand-tossed 12-inch margherita pizza divides them into bitterly warring fiefdoms over the last slice ($10.95). The chef delights meat lovers with the time-honored flavors of Napoli's traditional meatloaf ($10.95), and salads, sandwiches, and meatless options such as the vegetable lasagna ($9.95) round out the Italian menu. Sip on a glass of Cribari chianti ($5.50), a bottle of Peroni beer ($4.50), or an italian espresso ($2.95 for a single) as a red-brick fireplace creates a warm ambience and incinerates VHS copies of Jerry Maguire.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Villa Verde Café
At the age of 13, Rosario Fierro created his first pasta dish. The Napoli-born chef continued studying Italian culinary traditions as he grew up, eventually taking over the kitchen at Villa Verde Café. He pairs baby clams with freshly cut fettuccine noodles, covers sliced eggplant with his own marinara sauce, and works chicken, artichoke, and cheese inside homemade spinach ravioli. Chef Rosario also gladly takes off-menu requests from patrons, as long as his kitchen has the necessary ingredients and the request has been authorized by a notary public. Out in the dining room, flames flicker in the brick fireplace, and paintings of the countryside hang above tables.