• $40 value for $20
• Good for food and drinks
• Great Italian dishes
• Located in Cheektowaga, NY
• A restaurant the whole family will enjoy
• PROMOTION EXPIRES January 15, 2013
Dining with the whole family can pose a challenge. Kid’s palates aren’t typically the most sophisticated, so a restaurant that offers options appealing to both children and parents is a rare treasure. Avezzano Ristorante is such a place—and right now, for only $20, you and the flock can enjoy $40 worth of Avezzano’s Italian fare. Try some of the freshest and tasty dishes from Old Italy, with an all new menu featuring chicken or veal Mancini, seafood Fra Diavolo, calamari marinara, filet mignon and Avezzano sky high lasagna plus much more. And since Avezzano’s services the greater Buffalo area, don’t forget about 50-cent wings on Tuesday nights.
Known for its relaxed atmosphere, Avezzano Ristorante is a true gathering spot for family and friends looking to break bread together. Additionally, with a new and improved menu put together by our new master chef from Las Vegas with over 20 years of Italian cuisine experience, you are sure to have a delicious meal. At Avezzano Ristorante, everything on the menu is made from scratch in house so your meal is fresh and prepared with care.
$20 for $40 worth of food and drinks
- Limit to two for self-purchase and multiples as gifts. Voucher is valid for $40 toward food and beverages at Avezzano Ristorante. One voucher per order or table per visit. No cash or credit back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity and gratuity should be based on total bill prior to discount. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant will abide by all laws governing vouchers in the state of New York. Voucher is not valid on early bird specials.
The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
A traditional Italian meal consists of five courses: antipasto (something to nibble on before the meal); primo (the pasta course, served as an appetizer); secondo (the main course, featuring chicken, meat or fish); contorno (a vegetable plate); and dolce (dessert).