It's always inadvisable to bite the hand that feeds you, especially since it's usually your own hand and the food is on the fork part anyway. Sink your teeth into this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Italian dinner cuisine for two or more people
- $20 for $40 worth of Italian dinner cuisine for four or more people
The menu offers a variety of delicious options including mussel appetizers served in a basil garlic white-wine sauce or spicy marinara ($10), baked chicken filo topped with a basil cream sauce ($21), Nova Scotia lobster and scallop flambé ($21), and thin-crust mediterranean pizzas covered with sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, black olives, and feta cheese ($11).
The Vines Pasta Grill
Chef Hans at The Vines Pasta Grill pushes the boundaries of traditional Italian cuisine by incorporating regional influences from the American Southwest. He adheres to some Old World traditions, though, such as baking bread fresh every day, using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, and coating thin-crust pizzas with house-made sauce and a paint roller. The menu gets inventive when outlining pasta dishes, such as linguine with a spicy Thai sauce and fettuccine with blackened chicken, corn, and a twist of lime. The chefs also demonstrate their mastery of saccharine confections by baking gluten-free chocolate cake and weaving fresh napkins out of cotton candy. Guests settle in for luxurious brunches each Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., or test their luck with one of the restaurant's many social media contests through its Twitter and Facebook pages.
Staying true to its name, the restaurant features leafy vines along its dining room's walls and pillars. In addition to adding splashes of green to the rustic wood tones, the tendrils help to replenish the room's oxygen supply between waves of the dinner rush.
What some people are buzzing about:
94% of 685 customers recommend
“Alfredo was more watery than creamy but the rest was good”
“Anything you order will be delicious!!!”
“Their take out is awesome ”