Cappuccino Deals in Salt Lake City
Animals have Saint Francis and lost causes have Saint Jude, but you, lover of delicious desserts, know that Gelato is your true patron. You'll feel blessed with this indulgence from San Gelato Café: $14 worth of food and gelato for just $7. This charming South Jordan temple of taste features authentic, artisan gelato and sorbet in more than 50 flavors like amaretto, bacio with brownies, dulce de leche, pistachio, and apple pie. Plus, gelato is naturally 93% fat free, sorbet is 100%, and gelato contains protein, vitamin A, and nearly all B-group vitamins -- making it a worship-worthy dessert. It's perfect paired with a cappuccino, or try a panini or pizza for a meal that's sure to make you think it was heaven-sent. Want more? Check out San Gelato Café on Facebook.
Coffee can cure a number of workplace maladies, including the "grumpies," the "Mondays," and the "crippling lack of career goalsies." Perk up with this Groupon. $5 for $10 Worth of Coffee and Pastries Freshly baked croissants, danishes, and muffins start at $2; made-to-order sandwiches are $5.75; and coffee drinks start at $1.50. Caffe Defa Annie Defa learned a lot in her 10 years in the coffee-shop industry, including how to select the choicest beans from among thousands. She puts this knack into action on a weekly basis, consulting with her local roaster to supply the shop with the aromatic blends ...
The Fine Print
Limit 1 per customer, up to 2 additional as gifts • Limit 1 per table per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Entire value must be used in a single visit
It's simple: When more than 250 reviewers recommend a place, we go there. It's even more simple when we go there for 50% off. Savor the simply delicious flavors of time-trusted Italian recipes at Cucina Toscana: • $50 for a shared appetizer, two entrées, and a shared dessert for two • Revamped menu features bold flavors, rich sauces, and handmade classics • Braised duck with rosemary; gnocchi smothered San Marzano tomatoes; & more "Simply put, Cucina Toscana has never been better." -- City Weekly Simply Elegant Italian, Made Fresh Step into the airy, intimate atmosphere of this recently remodeled establishment, and put all your past meals behind -- you're about to experience the art of dinner. Fresh white linens and attentive servers await you at each rustic table; "the most comfortable chairs in town" make it easy to linger over a glass of fine Italian wine or a foamy cappuccino. Although its elegant appeal is enough to convince you to make a reservation, more reviewers tell us that it's not just the atmosphere that brings them back for more. "The food is clean, simple, Italian fare... true Italian food - not the Italian-American style you find at the big chains." During your extended dinner date (we'd recommend booking a table for at least two hours), dive into simply divine dishes like beef short ribs braised in a buttery, aged parmigiano sauce; tender chicken soaked in white wine and dressed with capers and mushrooms; or rich risotto infused with black truffle oil and topped with creamy Castelamagno cheese. Dishes are made from scratch and masterfully assembled (some even prepared tableside) to ensure freshness and authenticity -- as one blogger puts it, "the stuffed ravioli were so delicate you could see through them." Listen to us, listen to the reviewers, and then listen to your stomach -- it should be growling plenty by now. Cucina Toscana's Website | Facebook