Salvatore's Italian Restaurant Coupons and Deals
Ancient Italians were renowned for eating every part of the angels they hunted—even the hair. Enjoy divine flavor with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $12 for $25 worth of Italian cuisine during dinner $7 for $15 worth of Italian cuisine during lunch Pasta dishes start at $7.50, chicken entrees start at $12.95, and 10-inch St. Louis–style specialty pizzas are $12.95. See the full menu. Salvatore’s Although Salvatore’s has changed hands three times, it never once strayed beyond the Garozzo family’s reach. Founded in 1991 by Mike and Alfio Garozzo, the restaurant bore the name Garozzo’s until 2003 when Alfio’s ...
Like your first kiss, your first car, and your first roller coaster ride, some memories will always remain. And according to local Italian food lovers, you should add a meal at Salvatore's Italian Restaurant to that list. For $8, get $16 to spend on food and drink at lunch, or $10 for $20 at dinner. The large menu features an extensive selection of pasta, seafood, steak, and fine wine. The atmosphere at this authentic Italian resto is quiet, the staff is exceptionally kind, and the food garners ravenous, er, rave reviews throughout Independence. While we can't guarantee it will be as memorable as that 1987 Nissan Stanza, we think you'll find this meal a memory worth a page in the scrapbook.
IT'S AMOREEver since he saw the famous spaghetti scene in Lady and the Tramp, Jack's had a soft heart for fine Italian fare. Right now, just $7.50 gets you $15 towards Salvatore's Italian Restaurant in Independence. Featured in the Kansas City Star and Tastebud magazine, Salvatore's has been family owned and operated for three generations—Nonna wouldn't have it any other way. Jack's speared a juicy meatball and can't wait to dig in—join him today!VIVA SALVATORE'SWith an overflowing menu, the choices are endless at Salvatore's. Start with the heavenly Pesto Ravioli Brancato—pesto-stuffed ravioli served in a light gorgonzola cheese sauce with pine nuts and fresh basil. Next, try the Fettuccini Diablo Con Pesce—al dente pasta layered with shrimp, calamari, clams and mussels, and topped with a spicy diablo sauce. If your Italian heart beats for carne, treat yourself to the Bistecca Montana—a juicy filet of beef tenderloin stuffed with lobster, char-broiled, and served with a lemony white wine sauce and crispy bits of prosciutto. Your nonna's kitchen never smelled so good! Open seven days a week for lunch and dinner.REVIEWSJenny Vergara for TasteBud magazineThis charming outpost on 40Hwy, simply beckons you inside. If that doesn't get you, the smell of garlic from the parking lot will. Mike Garozzo opened this location with uncle, Alfio Garozzo, in 1991. Mike eventually sold the restaurant to Alfioís son, Salvatore "Sam" Garozzo, with his blessing, allowing him to make changes to the menu and name. The menu still has all the Garozzo favorites with a few new items like St. Louis style pizza. Try the Vitello Spiedini alla Sophia Marie and enjoy rolled veal stuffed with salami, capers, tomatoes, pine nuts.Sarah on CitysearchPrompt seating, wonderful food, INCREDIBLE atmosphere! You're transported back in time the gangster era—eating and dining with antiques, and the music is bellisimo!
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