$15 for $30 Worth of Contemporary Italian Cuisine at Zocca


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  • Elegant dining atmosphere
  • Fresh, local ingredients
  • Experienced head chef
  • Breakfast, lunch & dinner

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Zocca - Downtown: $15 for $30 Worth of Contemporary Italian Cuisine at Zocca

Pioneering Italians were not only the first to put tomatoes in cuisine, they were also the first people to take photographs of themselves pretending to hold up the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Delight in their inventiveness with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of contemporary Italian cuisine at Zocca in the Westin Riverwalk Hotel.

Zocca's executive chef, Jeff Foresman, composes a distinctive symphony of contemporary Italian fare with an ensemble of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Appetizers such as a basil-and-asiago bruschetta ($8) kick off the dinner menu, giving timid taste buds the confidence to take on bigger dishes and bullying incisors. Main events include tender beef short-rib osso bucco ($24) and fettucine al vongole, featuring littleneck clams that travel with an entourage of spices, tomatoes, and chardonnay butter broth ($17). A lunch menu helps daytime diners pay homage to the Earl of Sandwich with panini offerings, the Duke of Pizza with a smattering of pies, or the Viceroy of Productivity with an express lunch combination of soup or salad and meaty pappardelle bolognese ($10). Early birds can celebrate the moon's daily banishment to the galactic basement with a scrumptious breakfast menu.

Exposed wood beams and luxurious onyx panels surround ample seating in Zocca's elegant dining room. Add a side of fresh air to any meal when the restaurant's wood and glass doors are opened to the outside world, or enjoy riverside evenings on the patio, where you can indulge your brain with daydreams of becoming a fancy gondolier.

Zocca Cuisine d'Italia

Chef Jeff Foresman has been creating eclectic dishes for hotels across the country for the past 25 years. Inside Zocca Cuisine d'Italia's kitchen, he transforms local produce, cheese, and meats into Italian food including oversize veal meatballs and steak cacciatore.

Nestled inside the Westin Riverwalk Hotel, the ground-floor eatery sweeps open onto the river. Sun flits past the towering cypress trees that lean over the river and shade patrons on the patio. During nice weather, folding glass walls open up to let in warm breezes and the weeping of meteorologists who predicted thunderstorms. Wooden beams spanning the ceiling and copper accents drench the interior in warmth, and beneath them, servers dispense hand-tossed pizzas and lemon-crusted whitefish.


87% of 538 customers recommend

  • “Can't wait to eat there again. :-)”

  • “I was very pleased the waitress was super nice the service was fast the locaton was perfect we spend the whole evening at the riverwalk and it was a great way to...”

    “I was very pleased the waitress was super nice the service was fast the locaton was perfect we spend the whole evening at the riverwalk and it was a great way to start up the night.”

  • “Wonderful food, wonderful service - love love love your restaurant!”

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