We received warm rolls and a small bowl of EVO with sundried tomatoes and roasted garlic. Entrees include a choice of soup or salad; we each chose the pasta fagioli which was pretty good though it would have benefited by the addition of some herbs. My entree was spaghetti and meatballs while Ann chose eggplant parmesan. Both were a little better than satisfactory though Ann?s would have benefited by some additional gravy (sauce). We used coupons from the funbooks received a check-in for free desserts, tiramisu and creme brulee.
09/09 Stand aside Donald Trump because here is Westie?s version of the ?Art of the Deal?. We both chose eggplant Parmesan which was very reasonably priced at $13.95; entrees include a basket of warm rolls and choice of either a house salad or soup. Ann chose pasta faglioli which was delicious while I paid an extra $1 to upgrade to a mundane Caesar salad. Sounds like a pretty good deal so far, but by ordering 2 entrees between 5PM and 6PM we received a complimentary half bottle of Ruffino Chianti. Our entrees were very good and each came with a side order of ziti topped by a serviceable marinara.
This would have been a good deal had we stopped there, but it got better when I brandished a funbook coupon for 2 free desserts under the waiter?s nose, mine a pretty credible version of creme brulee while Ann?s tiramisu was blah. Hold on to your toupee Donald because there is more, on Wednesdays all food is half off when using points. Our total bill before application of coupons, points and other discounts was $53.97, but only $14.95 (5,000 points) was charged to my slot card.