Locanda Positano Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 5 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Black out dates: December 24-31, 2013; Februaray 12-15, 2014 • Not valid with DineLA menu • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes holidays • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Founders Paolo and Michelangelo shared the dream of opening their own restaurant since they were teenagers. Now, they're known for bringing the some of the most creative and authentic Italian specialties to Marina Del Rey: • $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink • Enjoy pasta made fresh daily with your choice of game or wild-caught seafood • Open daily for dinner from 5:30 p.m. "Authentic Italian, with a gourmet touch. I've lived in Italy, and this restaurant felt like it was transplanted to the US with everything still in tact." - Happy Customer Experience Italy on a Plate Taste flavorful, authentic dishes that native-born Italians could appreciate. Indulge in the carpaccio di manzo -- thinly sliced certified Piedmontese Montana free-range beef served with wild arugula, and shaved Parmesan cheese. If you're looking for something with a bite, try the risotto positano -- a zesty seafood risotto with fresh shrimp, scallops, mussels, and clams swimming in fresh tomato sauce. Locanda Positano's Website | Facebook
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Immersion is the best way to learn—whether it’s a language, a culture, or a cuisine. And at Locanda Positano you’ll absorb all three. Say “buonasera” and commence immersion immediately with a glass of vino. “The list is 99 percent Italian,” says co-owner Michelangelo, a master of all things Italian. His restaurant is named after the village of Positano in Campania, Italy, a region known for buffalo mozzarella—the creamy dairy provides the perfect buffer for the tangy acid of tomato and balsamic vinegar in the burrata caprese. Further immerse yourself in the southern Italian–focused menu with dishes like the pappardelle al cinghiale, the wild boar creating a surprisingly light and lean plate. You’ll leave just enough room for dessert, best accompanied by a sip of the house-made limoncello. Their rendition is light and refreshing, a perfect companion to a rich chocolate-pear tart. Finally, say “buonanotte,” and your immersion is complete.
When was the last time you tried pasta served with braised wild boar or pan-seared scallops topped with shitaki mushrooms and smoked bacon? Paolo and Michelangelo devised Locando Positano with one aim in mind—to give you an irresistibly savory, authentically Italian dining experience.With just a handful of tables, Locanda’s dining room is invitingly cozy. Listen to the clinking of wine glasses, the soft murmur of enlightened conversations, and a chorus of Mmmms as fellow foodies nosh. Everything on the small menu has been carefully conceived using fresh seasonal ingredients and top-quality meats, creating the perfect combination of authentic Italian flair and locally sourced So Cal flavor. With choices like linguine with clams, gnocchi in a brown butter and sage sauce, and a NY steak served over wild arugula and shaved Parmesan, you’re sure to end up totally satisfied.It's simple to make a reservation online, so what are you waiting for? Plan a date or treat someone special to an unforgettable meal at Locanda Positano.