INDIANAPOLIS, March 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Palomino is known for foods inspired by the flavors of Italy, Spain and other Mediterranean food cultures. Now, Palomino is bringing some of the best old world tastes together and local and regional high quality ingredients to offer a distinctly American take on traditional flavors.
Starting March 3, Palomino (http://www.palomino.com) will offer a three-course dinner menu with a selection of starters, entrees and desserts for only $30.
"Palomino is a stylish, high-quality restaurant with an unbuttoned atmosphere complemented by traditional, freshly made old world classic dishes. Our three-course dinner for $30 is a great reason to enjoy an evening out at Palomino in March," says Tom Marzano, Palomino Brand Leader.
Ease into the evening with a choice from the starter menu. The charcuterie plate artfully presents a wide selection of cured meats including soppressata, capocollo and a rich bresaola. Palomino excels at adapting classic dishes for a sophisticated palate: Tender Sicilian Meatballs and Palomino's famous Chop Chop Salad round out the appetizer course.
The second course menu presents a selection of four distinct entrees. The Market Fresh Salmon is a fresh reminder of Palomino's reputation for serving only the freshest fish and seafood, and the asiago scallops are prepared to succulent perfection. The Chicken Under a Brick is a Palomino specialty, but the addition of the Farmhouse Garganelli pasta to the menu makes choosing only one of these selections particularly difficult.
Finally, Palomino's impossible to pass up dessert, is the third course. Don't let the persuasive Tiramisu distract from the possibility of savoring the Warm Pear Bread Pudding, an inventive interpretation of a classic dessert or crisp biscotti served with locally sourced gelato or sorbet .
This special three-course menu for $30 offer will extend through March 31, is available for dine-in only, and is not available with any other promotion. This offer is featured at Palomino locations in California, Texas, Indiana, and Ohio.
SOURCE Randall Public Relations