Coco's Italian Market & Restaurant Coupons and Deals
As an impressionable youth, Chuck Cinelli would follow his nose into the cozy Italian markets lining the streets of Schenectady, New York. He was drawn in by the smells wafting out of the break rooms–someone always seemed to be whipping up a home-cooked meal for the employees. As far as Chuck (and his nose) were concerned, those markets were some of the best Italian restaurants in town...even though they weren’t restaurants. When he moved to Nashville, Chuck found himself missing the tastes and smells of his hometown's Italian shops. So he convinced his mom, owner of a successful pizza ‘n pasta joint in upstate New York, to head south and help him run Coco’s Italian Market. Together, they’ve turned the place into Nashville’s own version of Little Italy, offering the same items you’d find in a traditional Italian market–imported groceries, deli items, home-baked bread, and gelato–while serving up plates of award-winning food in the adjacent dining room. If their pizza tastes like something you’d find in the motherland, it’s because most of the ingredients were shipped straight from Italy. If the marinara sauce has an old-world zing, it’s because the recipe has been in the Cinelli family for half a century. And if the produce tastes fresh, it’s because Chuck grew it himself on a nearby three-acre farm, which supplies the restaurant with veggies and basil during the warmer months. We recommend the Sunday brunch (an Italian version of French toast, topped with honey mascarpone? Yes please!) and anything involving meatballs, which are hand-rolled and cooked up three times a day. Just follow your nose. MENU HIGHLIGHTS: Italian Sweet Toast, $8 Breakfast Panini, $7 Meatball Sub, $8 Linguini Frittata, $10 Fettuccine Pollo Pesto, $12 HOURS: Sunday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Choose Between Two Options $10 for $20 worth of Italian food and drinks, valid Monday–Thursday $10 for $20 worth of Italian food and drinks, valid Friday–Saturday The menu features a diverse array of hand-stretched pizza made with imported flour ($8-$13). Italian entrees include baked ziti layered with prosciutto and four types of cheese ($10), veal parmesan smothered in mozzarella ($15), and a caprese panini drizzled with basil pesto and a balsamic reduction ($7).