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A delicious meal leaves you feeling satisfied, like finishing a jigsaw puzzle or making a cool new jigsaw puzzle out of your parents' wedding album. Fill the empty place with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $6 for $12 worth of lunch for two $15 for $30 worth of dinner for two Lunchers can crush midday cravings with grilled-pork sandwiches ($6.50) or blackened salmon caesar salads ($9.50), and guests eating dinner can savor Portuguese-style sausage ($9.95) and salmon caprese served with sun-dried tomatoes ($17.95). See the full lunch and dinner menus. Lunch ends at 3:00 p.m. and dinner starts at ...
Scout Notes: When Chef Emidio Sapeta and his wife Maria opened the doors of their Sandy Springs restaurant, they wanted something simple: to provide their neighbors with a fine dining experience rivaling those spendy Buckhead restaurants down the road, but also to give them a taste of something a little different. An entirely different cuisine, perhaps. Thanks to Chef Emidio's rich, flavorful Portuguese cooking, the menu at Emidio's is anything but "typical," at least for those of us who don't globetrot over to the Sapetas' native Madeira on the regular. (Side note: if you are said globetrotting person, I can definitely fit inside your luggage.) With an arsenal of classic recipes from Portugal, Spain, and Northern Italy, Chef Emidio and his family are introducing the neighborhood to a whole new world of bold flavor. From bacalhao a braz (a traditional Portuguese codfish and eggs dish) to authentic seafood paella and a signature rack of lamb recipe involving a top-secret sauce, the menu here is a far, far stretch from what's being served on other white tablecloths around town. An evening spent out on Emidio's garden patio, sharing a tapas plate of ameijoas bulhao pato (white wine clams) and a bottle of Madeira red, is cozy, romantic, and — perhaps best of all — a bit of a culinary adventure, if you're eager to try something different from the usual fare. Even among the menu's Italian dishes, there wasn't a hint of the kind of generic re-runs you'll find at some of those stereotypical Lady and the Tramp-esque Italian ristorantes. (Microwaved manicotti, be gone!) Here, it's not just about good food in a nice space: it's about exploring something a little different every now and then, at the hands of a chef with over thirty years in the business. Yes, until we can pony up that airfare to Madeira, an evening of Portuguese wine alongside a plate of Chef Emidio's handiwork will do just fine, thank you very much. Menu Highlights: Paella Valenciana, $19.95 Arroz de Marisco, $19.95 Bacalhao a Braz, $19.95 Lamb, Joe's Style, MP Hours: Monday - Saturday, 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sunday, 12 p.m. - 9 p.m. Reservations recommended
The goal of Emidio’s is simple: to provide the people of metro Atlanta with an experience rivaling the most expensive inner city restaurants, but with a family-friendly price tag and unpretentious atmosphere. That means extraordinary food without an extraordinary hit to your wallet. Owner and chef Jose Emidio Sapeta’s menu combines culinary creativity with the flavors of Western Europe. Take for instance, the Salmon Caprese, with fish that’s grilled to perfection in a light brandy sauce with sun-dried tomatoes and capers that add just the right amount of zest. Or go for the tapas, with Portuguese flavors and fresh ingredients that delight in every small dish. At Emidio’s, the food is a true pleasure--but don’t forget to order up some homemade sangria to complete the experience. The fruity drink makes every night--or mid-day meal--that much sweeter.
Walking through the airport, you're reminded of just how many plane meals you've settled for lately. But you can leave the tarmac and take off on a culinary adventure with today's deal from Emidio's Restaurant. Pay $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink during lunch or dinner, and savor dishes inspired by Portuguese, Italian, and Spanish cuisine. Cool your jets while sipping a glass of wine or house-made sangria and enjoying a plateful of eggplant rollatini -- stuffed with prosciutto and ricotta cheese. When you visit this cozy Sandy Springs establishment to indulge in veal, steak, and seafood entrées, you'll find that a fork and knife are the only gear you need to land topflight fare.
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