Il Forno Caldo Coupons and Deals
Tables at fine-dining restaurants are known for their fancy white-linen outfits, unlike tables in home kitchens, which are notorious for going nude. Dress up for a nice meal with today’s Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $20 for $40 worth of food and drinks for two or more $40 for $80 worth of food and drinks for four or more The menu mingles sweet and savory flavors with appetizers such as roasted sweet peppers and goat cheese ($9) and entrees such as chicken cacciatore ($16) or chicken parmigiana ($17). Pastas include linguine al pesto ($10) and penne pasta with king salmon ...
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Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Entire value must be used in a single visit
This cozy and romantic Beverly Hills favorite offers a wide variety of classic dishes, including daily fresh-made pastas: • $40 to spend on food and drink • Menu: roasted peppers with goat cheese, calamari salad, chicken parmigiana • Award of Excellence winner from Wine Spectator magazine Comforting Food, Inviting Setting Zagat calls this restaurant a "cozy Italian sleeper favored by locals" for good reason. The warm and welcoming atmosphere draws you into a menu of delectable Italian favorites and fantastic wines. Start with bruschetta or select one of the extensive salad options; then, try an artichoke and burrata cheese pizza or a carefully crafted handmade pasta dish. For wine, select from more than 300 bottles with a focus on the best Italian and Californian specialty options. After your main course, like the salmon in fresh tomato and wine sauce, save room for a desert of homemade tiramisu. Il Forno Caldo's Website | Facebook
Certain places slip under the radar—especially in Beverly Hills. Tucked into that lightly traveled stretch of Little Santa Monica near Roxbury, Il Forno Caldo falls into this category. The small trattoria, its wooden doors flung open to the street, is unassuming—with its dozen or so white cloth–covered tables jumbled into a rustic, bottle-lined interior, it would be easy to pass right by it. Don’t—especially for a lunch with that producer you’re trying to impress, or with that special someone you’re hoping to get to know better. It isn’t often crowded at lunchtime (the restaurant does a brisk takeout and delivery business), but if you expect the negotiations to be especially delicate, or if you’re hoping to murmur sweet nothings into your date’s ear, you can even request a table in one of the two small private rooms off the main dining area. Start with one of the appetizers—a Caprese, maybe, or a creamy insalata di burrate—or split one of the many generously portioned salads. The pastas also deliver in spades: The Bolognese is meaty yet light, the penne with pink sauce bright and delicious, and the frutti di mare fresh and slightly spicy. Chicken in Cognac sauce and chicken cacciatore are both justifiably popular entrées, while there are daily specials to tempt you, as well. To finish it off, a considered choice from the classic selection of desserts—served on colorful plates drizzled with chocolate—will leave you in what one patron called “the best food coma ever.”
Classic Italian flavors & crisp sips of sparkling wine envelop taste buds during dinner for two at Beverly Hills hotspot