Roma Café Coupons and Deals
Why You Should Go: Aspiring authors are told to write what they know, so if the Sossi family were to pen a book, it would be all about classic Italian dishes. The family is the head of one of Detroit’s oldest restaurant establishments, Roma Cafe, whose food service dates back to the 1880’s. What You Should Taste: Start with classic appetizers like Prosciutto with Melon, Fried Calamari and Italian Sausage with Peppers and Onions alongside a Special Roma Tossed Salad. Main dishes include Homemade Paglia & Fieno, Filets of Fresh Lake Perch, Beef Tenderloin Scaloppine and Veal Parmigiana with Eggplant. What You Should Know: Buzzed about in Hour Detroit and Metro Times for being the best that Detroit has to offer, this historical restaurant was first opened in 1890 and is now run by three generations of the Sossi family. Italian specialties and classic deliciousness is all they know.
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Vouchers can be redeemed starting Tuesday, March 19, through June 19, 2013. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Not valid for Monday night buffet. Limit 1 voucher per table. An automatic 18% gratuity will be added to the full value of the meal. See below for full terms and conditions.
The days of tuxedoed waiters, candlelit tables and homemade red sauce are not entirely a thing of the past. The venerable Roma Cafe transports diners back to the era of Sinatra and Sammy Davis Jr. -- both of whom dined here -- with its bygone charm and Italian favorites. For $35, regularly $69, two people can sit down to dinner. Despite the restaurant's more than 100-year history, Hour Detroit named it 2011's Best Italian (single location) and Food Network recently stopped by to film for an upcoming special. Select from the menu, including: â¢ An appetizer, including the restaurant's signature calamariâ¢ Two entrees, like New York strip sirloin or baked canelloni (up to $27 each) Get the same deal for four people for $69, regularly $138. Travelzoo Tip: Roma Cafe's Eastern Market location is perfect for dining before a game or a play, like Peter Pan at Fox Theatre. Terms and ConditionsVouchers can be redeemed starting Tuesday, March 19, through June 19, 2013. Reservations are required and subject to availability. Not valid for Monday night buffet. Valid for 2 or 4 diners only. Limit 1 voucher purchase per person; additional vouchers may be purchased as gifts. Limit 1 voucher per table. Not valid on major holidays or holiday weekends. Valid for dine-in only. Seasonal items are subject to change. Gratuity and tax, if applicable, are not included. An automatic 18% gratuity will be added to the full value of the meal. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit. Valid during merchant's operating hours.
If your idea of a romantic meal includes the quintessential charm of the Old World, it's time to enlist the help of Detroit's oldest Italian restaurant. With today's deal, we proudly offer the chance to pay $20 for $40 to spend on food and drink at Roma Café. Serving classic Italian cuisine since 1890, Roma Café woos guests with veal, pasta, seafood, steak, and chicken dishes prepared from the freshest ingredients in nearby Eastern Market. Diners adore the restaurant's tender, lightly breaded veal Parmigiana and flavorful meat sauce. Sip a glass of Roma's signature white Frascati wine or an Italian red Lambrusco; or, better yet, get a knowledgeable tip from one of the tuxedoed waiters courting your taste buds with heaping entrées. Add tableside serenades and freshly filled cannoli, and this deal ensures a Bella Notte. Want more? Check out Roma Café on Facebook.
The sense of traditional Italian dining saturates the place from the moment you pull into its Eastern Market locale, a few blocks from Comerica Park and Ford Field. Roma Café is indeed 'old-world' -- its doors opened in the late 1800s, and is Detroit's Oldest Italian Restaurant. Old World charm seeps through the wood paneling in this 130-year-old house with an atmosphere like you are at home. Roma Cafe serves up a wide variety of entrees from your standard pasta dishes, to a number of veal dishes, polenta, and even the unusual such as sweetbreads. Top notch wait staff - very prompt, courteous and informative about the menu and wine selections, and even though they carry handheld computers to take your order, the tuxedos they sport lend to the old-world charm. Standouts include the homemade gnocchi and anything of the various veal dishes. The Roma salad with chicken, tossed table side is astoundingly delicious for such a simple salad. In addition, the cappuccinos are arguably the best this side of the Atlantic.Private rooms are available for any occasionFree shuttles to the all the sporting eventsRoma Café is a great gift for anyone who lives near or is visiting Detroit.