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19 For $50 Worth Of Fine Dining At Tappo Wine Bar And Restaurant ($50 Value)

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You are moonstruck when it comes to your grandma’s spaghetti Bolognese, but not so moonstruck when it comes to dinning out downtown. Finding a restaurant that can make authentic Italian and Mediterranean cuisines is no easy task. Every restaurant claims that they can make a crazy carpaccio or awesome angel hair pasta, but nearly everyone you try falls shorts of your expectations. Indulge in the perfect plate with today’s Toronto DealTicker deal of the day for $19 you get $50 worth of fine dining at Tappo Wine Bar

Situated in the heart of the Distillery District, with its warm and casual atmosphere, this hidden gem features a wine bar with vino from all around the world. Tappo isn’t afraid to experiment with dishes that aren’t on the menu. They believe in giving guests the most wonderful experience that they can leave talking about. You can start the evening off with one of Tappo’s absolutely delicious antipasti. The antipasto menu includes grilled squid marinated in lemon cilantro, brandy citrus sauce and charred tomato-avocado salsa. Or you can indulge in the antipasto caldo which comes with grilled quail, black tiger shrimp, calamari, and portobello mushroom. If you are in the mood for pasta or risotto you can try Tappo’s famous tortellini which includes three cheese tortellini accompanied by double smoked bacon, green onion in a vodka cream sauce. They also offer penne pasta, ricotta spinach gnocchi, egg noodle pasta, linguine and risotto. Other entrees on the menu include pan seared capon chicken breast, dry aged USDA beef strip-loin, grilled Atlantic salmon, and pan seared Chilean sea bass. Some of the chef’s specialties include grilled veal chop, seafood pasta with lobster, mussels, crabs, shrimp and calamari.

Tuck into the perfect plate of pasta with today’s Toronto DealTicker and make sure to tell friends where they can find some exquisite Italian Mediterranean food with this deal!

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ID: 463
Posted on: 2011-05-23 03:13:09
Link (shortened): http://deerlake.miniads.ca/463
Price: $19
Site: http://canadagroupdeals.com


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