Contrary to popular belief, when the moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that's a lawsuit. Enjoy Italian cuisine without fear of physical reprisal with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of fine Italian fare at Vito Provolone's.
Vito's has been serving up simple, finely prepared Italian eats to the Indianapolis community for 21 years. A bountiful menu snuffs burgeoning stomach grumbles with appetizers such as stuffed mushrooms filled with cheese and seasoned spinach, brushed down with garlic butter, and baked to bubbling ($6.95). Pasta coated in Vito's house-made, spicy vodka sauce is a standby for even the pickiest eaters ($11.95), and chicken marsala swiftly solves poultry cravings with chicken breast sautéed in marsala sauce and served with mushrooms over angel-hair pasta ($15.95). A variety of traditional and specialty pizzas are ideal for sharing with a big group, gobbling alone in the dark, or illustrating percentages at your next board meeting ($7.95–$16.95). Wash dishes down with a classy glass or gem-encrusted goblet of vino.
Restaurateur and owner Jim DeCamp Jr. named Vito's after his grandfather, Vito Gramaglia, a lifelong philanthropist. With traditions rooted in Italian family life, Vito's strives to provide excellent service, a friendly atmosphere, and delicious, hearty food.
Though Vito Provolone's has been around for 17 years, its tradition of hospitality stretches back to 1948—the year that Vito Gramaglia returned to his hometown of Modugno, Italy, from America. Once there, he began a decades-long charitable campaign, raising funds for the orphanages and disenfranchised populations. His contributions eventually earned him a Gold Star of Italy from the government.
Two generations later, Jim DeCamp Jr. honors his grandfather with a restaurant that bears his name. Inside, the familial and welcoming spirit that Vito was famous for still reigns, but it's been joined by a commitment to authentic Italian cooking.
Specialty pizzas encourage sharing, and build-your-own pasta entrees allow for personal touches, such as add-ons of Italian sausage or meatballs that look like your favorite celebrity's head if you squint. Sips of domestic and imported beers and wine follow bites of chicken marsala or tilapia in a lemon-caper sauce.