Italian Restaurant Deals in Los Angeles
While most people know that Italy is shaped like a boot, few realize that Sicily is shaped like an island. Explore the world with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $18 for a five-course Italian dinner for two with wine pairings (a $36 value) $36 for a five-course Italian dinner for four with wine pairings (a $72 value) $20 for $40 worth of Italian dinner and drinks The Italian menu includes pasta dishes such as housemade gnocchi with red or white sauce ($11.95), veal or chicken parmigiana ($13.95–$14.95), and a Romana pizza ($9.95) with salami and prosciutto. The five-course Italian ...
The proper way to eat spaghetti is to twirl it around your fork, set that fork aside, get another fork, twirl spaghetti around that fork, and then keep doing that until all the spaghetti is on forks. Fill up on Italian fare with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for $30 worth of Italian dinner food for parties of two or more $30 for $60 worth of Italian dinner food for parties of four or more The dinner menu includes housemade lasagna ($14.99), chicken marsala ($15.99), sausage and mushroom pizza ($14.99), and fettuccine alfredo ($12.99).
Boiling noodles is a great way to make a delicious pasta dish or express disdain for a kindergartner's art project. Demonstrate fine taste with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $24 for $40 worth of Italian cuisine for two or more $48 for $80 worth of Italian cuisine for four or more The menu launches meals with classic appetizers such as calamari fritta ($8) before moving on to Italian favorites such as chicken marsala with mushrooms ($16) and veal parmigiana with mozzarella cheese ($15). Specialty pizzas include the Nicky, with pepperoni, olives, canadian bacon, and sausage ($19.95 for a large).
Relatively speaking, Drago Centro is an old-timer in Downtown’s ever-expanding scene, but the restaurant is the youngest child in Chef Celestino Drago’s tight knit family of L.A. restaurants. Call it traditional Italian in a modern setting—the trattoria functions as both a neighborhood fixture and the kind of spot where date number four takes place. A floor-to-ceiling glass wine cube and abstract mural align it with the slick urban setting, but the familiarity of Italian comfort foods keeps it approachable. Arrive early enough to have a cocktail in the open lounge with a fire pit and comfy couches, where an upscale after-work crowd can be found in the early evening. Among the appetizers, there’s a show-stealer to be found in the creamy, tangy burrata studded with slivers of endive and droplets of verdant green pesto that tastes of spring. Familiar Italian-American favorites lurk among the list of pasta dishes, including a perfectly composed lasagna Bolognese with béchamel sauce, served bubbling hot in a small cast iron skillet. You’ll find some new favorites as well, like the pheasant pappardelle swimming in a rich umami gravy, and if you can manage the secondi piatti treasures await, like a delicate branzino filet alongside a brawny mix of gnocchi and fava beans. The dessert menu profiles the usual suspects, so perhaps keep it simple with an affogato—you may not have room for much more.
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