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Villa Pizza is built on the strict loyalty to authentic old-world recipes that Michele Scotto brought with him from Naples, Italy. From the first pizzeria that opened in 1964 next to the Ed Sullivan Theater on Broadway, to our most recent restaurant, that commitment to quality food and genuine hospitality is still the hallmark of Villa. With well over 200 locations internationally, Villa continues to grow based on providing guests what they want— old world pizza, homemade pasta, authentic Italian entrees, salads and specialty items that meet their ever-changing lifestyle.
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Limit 1 per customer, 1 additional as a gift • Limit 1 per visit • Valid only for dine-in and take-out • Not valid at Slatelick location • Entire value must be used in a single visit
First opening in tiny Slatenick, this family-owned restaurant grew so popular that it expanded to three other locations in the area. Use this deal at any of them and fill up on the good stuff: • $10 for $20 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks for lunch or dinner • Menu is jam-packed with everything from specialty pierogi pizza to baked subs • Visit the Saxonburg, Freeport, or Ford City location Novotny's Pizza's Website | Facebook
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Limit 1 per customer, 1 additional as a gift • Limit 1 per table per visit • Valid only for dine-in • Excludes holidays, happy hour, early bird dinner • Entire value must be used in a single visit
The Peters brothers, Bill and Mike, welcome you into their nearly 30-year-old eatery for classic fine dining on white linens: • $15 for $30 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks for up to two • $30 for $60 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks for up to four • Comfortable dining room with dark woods and burgundy chairs Tastes That Stand the Test of Time Start with artichoke puffs sautéed in a lemon-butter sauce or a bowl of seafood bisque -- a house specialty -- before ordering entrées of broiled lobster tails, veal Romano, and chicken Tiffany stuffed with fresh mushrooms, cheddar, and cream cheese. Complete your satisfaction with a slice of the dream-like coconut cream pie. Peters Place's Website | Facebook
The Argentinian term tamari means "to do everything with passion," and at Tamari, you can expect that each bite of food is carefully prepared with attention to detail: $20 for $40 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks Recognized as one of the area's best restaurants by Pittsburgh Magazine Browse the menu of tapas, sushi, and items from the robata grill Make your way to this Warrendale Asian-fusion eatery and start out by taking your pick from tapas including watermelon gazpacho and spicy marinated salmon Then, move on to specialty maki, nigiri, or sashimi for a flair of the exotic Feeling like a bit of Latin? Don't worry -- there are lamb quesadillas, shrimp tacos topped with yuzu-margarita foam, and chicken empanadas
Katana is no sleepy sushi place -- order from more than 15 varieties of specialty rolls from the sushi bar, and watch the flames climb to the ceiling as a chef grills your hibachi meal right in front of you: $15 for $30 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks Inviting atmosphere with dark wood and warm lighting Chefs are entertaining and staff is friendly and attentive Choose a traditional Chinese dish like lo mein with perfectly cooked noodles, or Thai curries served to your spiciness liking Teppanyaki chefs perform fantastic, fiery tableside grilling of lobster, steak, fried rice, and more
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