Tiramisu Deals in Salt Lake City
What does a chemistry lesson have to do with a frozen treat? With today's deal, quite a bit. Pull up to the periodic table of flavor and pay $7 for $14 to spend on ice cream, custard, and frozen yogurt from Nitro Freeze in South Salt Lake. Bring out your inner chemist and mix up a custom-made delight -- frozen with tasteless liquid nitrogen -- with more than 50 flavors including blood orange, tiramisu, cupcake, and pomegranate. Locals have formed close bonds with the custard-style berry ice cream and the fresh cheesecake flavor. Then, add a few additional elements to your unique experiment, like fruit, nuts, cookie dough, and more. Keep your ion this heli-yum deal, because unlike the winter chill, it's got a pretty short half-life. Want more? Check out Nitro Freeze on Facebook.
They say when in Rome, do as the Romans do -- and you're happy to dine the Italian way when the custom involves fresh mozzarella and delectable pasta. With today's deal from Roma Ristorante in Murray, pay $15 and get $30 worth of food and non-alcoholic drinks. Here, the focus is on traditional Italian cuisine, so start by noshing on a platter of fresh Buffalo mozzarella, tomatoes, olives, fresh basil, balsamic, and EVOO, or dig into steamed clams in a fresh tomato sauce. The chefs cook with seasonal ingredients, so celebrate fall with a hearty pasta dish with Italian sausage, spinach, garlic, and Parmesan cheese, or enjoy a rack of lamb with rosemary in a red wine sauce. A rotating selection of desserts include delicacies like tiramisu made from house-made sponge cake and lemon mascarpone cheesecake -- which may be why Salt Lake magazine voted Roma the best Italian restaurant in 2002, and why UrbanSpooners give the spot five stars. Want more? Check out Roma Ristorante on Facebook.