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1742 wine bar has modern Italian fare down to a science, serving rustic dishes littered with rich cheeses, fresh vegetables and herbs, and tantalizing sauces. Ease into a delicious meal with fresh mixed green salads and pasta salads or whet your palate with a savory appetizer such as portobello mushroom with pineapple, roasted tomatoes and goat cheese. Move on to one of the flavorful main courses, ranging from cheesy paninis packed with meats and veggies or pasta paired with seafood, chicken and meaty sausage. Round out your meal with a delicious wine perfectly paired with your Italian cuisine, and you’ll be addicted to the sophisticated life!
The first food carts were pulled by horses, which often ate all the ingredients and were forced to earn the money back by fixing races with their friends. Gallop toward grub with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $15 for a punch card good for five breakfasts (up to a $6 value each; up to a $30 total value) $17 for a punch card good for five lunches (up to a $7 value each; up to a $35 total value) Start off the morning with sausage gravy and biscuits ($4) or a greek yogurt and fresh fruit ($3.25), or take ...
Access for one to the “Craft Beer, Meatball and Sausage Extravaganza” at The DL on Saturday June 1, 2013 from 1–7 PM Five tickets:– Four tickets will be good for any 10-oz. beer pour from the craft beer vendor stations– One ticket will be good for a sampling of pork and meatball sliders and sausage in an appetizer size
German cuisine has become more popular than ever, especially now that differing side dishes aren't symbolically separated by a wall of bread. Eat bin ein Berliner with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of German Cuisine Chefs craft authentic Bavarian-style eats such as wiener schnitzel ($19), bratwurst and kassler ($18), and your choice of sausage topped with sauerkraut on a toasted club roll ($7). You can ask to Oktoberize any entrée on the menu, which means adding black forest bacon, sautéed onions, and mushrooms. Wash it all down with one of the eatery’s 30-plus beers.
Descending into this cozy East Village restaurant, you might not know what era you’re in: Billie Holiday croons from speakers while walls are speckled with portraits of bygone stars from Frank Sinatra to the Clash. The food is similarly eclectic, a bold mix of Italian comfort with New Orleans soul. Kick off your meal with the jambalaya balls, a Creole riff on the Sicilian fried rice ball arancini, stuffed with smoky andouille sausage, tasso ham, and rock shrimp. The crispy Greek fries are addictive, topped with feta, herbs, chili, and lemon, and are best dug into with a fork. But one of the menu’s best is "Paulie’s big braciola," named for Chef Paul Gerard’s thinly pounded pork and beef wrapped around a traditional Italian bread crumb stuffing, laid on a bed of creamy polenta, and christened with a sweet tomato sauce.
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