Italy has given us legendary works of art, from the evocative paintings of Caravaggio and da Vinci to the miniature meat sculptures of Boyardee. Admire edible Italian masterpieces with today’s Groupon to Vitales Italian Cuisine in Oshkosh. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a pizza dinner (up to a $24.95 value) that includes:
- One appetizer (up to an $8.95 value)
One large thin or stuffed-crust pizza with three toppings (up to a $16 value)<p>
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Italian fare and drinks. Entrees range from $9–$18.95.<p>
For more than 30 years, chefs at Vitales Italian Cuisine have whipped up a menu of authentic Sicilian fare, tempting palates with imported pastas, made-from-scratch sauces and fresh italian bread. Jaws warm up after yearlong vows of silence with calamari and deep-fried ravioli, and artichoke hearts and zucchini don a gown of crispy golden breading. Dough doyens roll out a 14-inch slab of pizza dough to diners’ extra-thin or stuffed-crust specifications, then invite green peppers, sausage, or sun-dried tomatoes to mingle on its bubbly golden floor. Additionally, dining companions can peruse more than 30 wines culled from vineyards across a 4th-grade classroom’s globe.
Vitale’s Italian Cuisine
For more than 30 years, the cooks at Vitale's Italian Cuisine have served up authentic Sicilian fare made from imported pastas, sauces built from scratch, and fresh Italian bread. Jaws warm up after yearlong vows of silence by chewing through calamari and deep-fried mushrooms before delving into patron-beloved spinach rotolo composed of three baked pasta wheels rolled with cheese and spinach. In the kitchen, meat entrees such as chicken parmigiana are prepared by chefs locally renowned for their artful use of chicken and seafood. Cooks roll out slabs of pizza dough to meet diners' extra-thin or stuffed-crust specifications, then invite green peppers, sausage, or sun-dried tomatoes to mingle on its bubbly golden surface. A full bar pours beer, liquor, and 30 wines culled from vineyards across a 4th-grade classroom's globe.