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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. $20 for $40 Worth of Sustainable Italian Food and Drinks The dinner-only menu includes carpaccio, an appetizer of raw beef tenderloin, arugula, and parmesan ($11), fettuccini tossed with wild mushrooms, smoked pancetta, and cream ($15), and pan-roasted duck breast with a red-wine reduction ($25).
Water covers more than 75% of the globe, teeming with still undiscovered life forms we could probably boil. Discover delicious fish with this Groupon. $43 for Lunch for Two (Up to $86 Total Value) Any starter from the menu or one of the following special appetizers (up to a $30 value): A dozen oysters, available in Blue Point, Malpeque, Gigamoto, or Indian Point varieties (a $30 value) One eight-piece sushi roll, filled with items such as shrimp tempura or spicy tuna with crab, scallops, and jalapeños (up to a $15.95 value) One pound of peel-and-eat shrimp (a $19.95 value) Two ...
Unlike robotic parents, a beer and a burger are a natural pair. Initiate hunger protocol with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Pub Food and Drinks The all-new menu includes lobster-grilled-cheese sandwiches with monterey jack and avocado ($13), roast-beef pot pies topped with mashed potatoes and parmesan ($13) pesto-chicken salad ($10), and stuffed Lucy burgers filled with peanut butter and topped with bacon ($11), as well as beers from breweries such as Bell's, Flying Dog, and New Belgium.
Why You Should Go: Neil Young once sang “It’s better to burn out than fade away,” but patrons of Ralph’s of South Philly will likely agree that perhaps it’s best never to go far in the first place. The oldest family-owned Italian restaurant in America, Ralph’s authentic Italian cuisine has been a Philadelphia staple since 1900, and now boasts a sparkling new location with the same old-world charm, in King of Prussia. Countless loyal customers and five generations of Dispigno family ownership have allowed Ralph’s to survive through 20 presidents, two world wars, prohibition, the Great Depression and so much more. What You Should Try: With a long list of awards to it’s name, Ralph’s knows that a restaurant doesn’t make it 100 years without great food. Serving lunch and dinner, Ralph’s dishes up all the Italian classics you could ask for. Start with Red or White Muscles, Bruschetta or Escargots Au Gratin, and fill yourself up with Baked Lasagna, Eggplant Parmigiana, Chicken Sorrento or Lobster Tail Fra Diavolo.
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