- Promotion Expires June 11, 2013
• $25 buys $50 worth of menu items • Restaurant of 'Chopped' winner Matthew Zappoli • Dine-in only • Excludes Christmas Eve, New Years Eve and Valentine's Day Although the second day is traditionally filled with two turtledoves, a little birdie told us you'd be more interested in today's deal from Tre Amici. Take a break from the holiday hubbub by relaxing in the cozy atmosphere of Tre Amici in Long Branch. The inventive menu is stuffed with appetizers, salads, pastas, steaks, seafood and more. DealChicken offers up half-price savings on your next meal. You might choose Rabbit Agnolotti (braised and smoked rabbit-stuffed pasta with fresh black truffle and rabbit jus), Long Island Duck Two Ways (roasted breast and confit leg with lavender jasmine rice and black mission fig compote), or Herb-Crusted Salmon. Of course, that’s just a brief look at some of the enticing Italian dishes—take your time reading through the menu so you don’t miss anything. Now that's a way to prepare for the holidays in style!
Tre Amici, which means 'Three Friends,' is owned by chef Matthew Zappoli, brother Paul Zappoli and lifelong friend Michael Cacciuttolo. Matthew was named a 'Chopped' champion on the Food Network, where contestants are given a mystery basket of ingredients and a short time to create a dish that wows the judges.
$25 for $50 worth of upscale Italian cuisine
- May purchase one for self and as a gift. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Please base gratuity on pre-discounted amount. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. One voucher per table, per visit. Not valid on Christmas Eve, New Years Ever or Valentine's Day. Not valid on dinner specials or cured meat antipasto. Valid for dine-in only.
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Tre Amici's owner and head chef, Matthew Zappoli, was named by "Bon Appetit" magazine as one of Five Chefs to Watch.